[SciPy-dev] LiveDocs for offline viewing
pearu at scipy.org
Fri Mar 4 04:29:47 CST 2005
On Fri, 4 Mar 2005, Nikolai Hlubek wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I recently discovered the livedocs for scipy
> and quite like them since they allow better
> browsing than the ones created by pydoc.
> Mostly because of the better arranged and linked
> index pages.
> I've tried to start a local version of twistd to
> serve the documentation from my install of scipy
> but most of the links are missing.
> Only scipy_base is equal to the version online
> So for scipy I only get the following, which is much less
> compared to http://oliphant.ee.byu.edu:81/scipy/
> SciPy --- A scientific computing package for Python
> Available subpackages
> scipy.cluster --- Vector Quantization / Kmeans
> scipy.cow --- Cluster Of Workstations
> scipy.fftpack --- Discrete Fourier Transform algorithms
> scipy.ga --- Genetic Algorithms
> scipy.gplt --- Plotting with gnuplot
> scipy.integrate --- Integration routines
> scipy.interpolate --- Interpolation Tools
> scipy.io --- Data input and output
> scipy.linalg --- Linear algebra routines
> scipy.optimize --- Optimization Tools
> scipy.plt --- Plotting with wxPython
> scipy.signal --- Signal Processing Tools
> scipy.sparse --- Sparse matrix
> scipy.special --- Special Functions
> scipy.stats --- Statistical Functions
> scipy.xplt --- Plotting routines based on Gist
> scipy.xxx --- Scipy example module for developers
> weave --- C/C++ integration
> Where only weave is linked. Does anyone have an idea what
> this problem is related to?
It looks like you have some older scipy version installed.
I believe that livedocs represent CVS version of scipy.
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