[SciPy-dev] ndimage - docfiller and output_type
Wed Oct 28 15:16:41 CDT 2009
On Wed, Oct 28, 2009 at 8:34 PM, <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Oct 28, 2009 at 2:07 PM, Pauli Virtanen <firstname.lastname@example.org<pav%2Bsp@iki.fi>>
> > Wed, 28 Oct 2009 11:13:10 -0400, josef.pktd wrote:
> > [clip]
> >> No, I like the current system where we don't have any boiler plate in
> >> the individual distributions. Following your maxwell example, we would
> >> get a lot of repetition of template code in the individual
> >> distributions.
> > Then, I'd suggest just adding
> > %(info)s
> > or so, that will be expanded to the full boilerplate information block.
> > Then, only this would be repeated in each distribution docstring -- not
> > too bad.
> If you can do it with minimal code/text duplication, then any way is fine
> with me.
> Okay, I'll come up with a patch with as little duplication as possible (one
line per distribution).
> > It is clearer and cleaner if the distribution docstring is a template,
> > resides in the class docstring, and the final product is assembled by
> > substitution rather than by concatenating magically generated parts.
> > (Think, for example -- why are HTML templating languages so popular, as
> > opposed to just concatenating blocks of HTML code?)
> The last time I looked at mako, it allowed full inheritance and backward
> substitution in the templates.
> I don't see how template inheritance would work with simple string
> substitution, but you are the experts for the numpy/scipy documentation
Inheritance is the wrong word. The idea is to build up a docstring from
smaller pieces, instead of starting with one big template and then trying to
change it. In the default (simplest) case, you build up a string in the
module scope, only substitute <shapes> for each distribution, and assign it
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