[SciPy-dev] Does the doc wiki have a format for internal links...

David Goldsmith d.l.goldsmith@gmail....
Mon Jan 4 17:35:48 CST 2010


...similar to the external link format?  For example, at a certain place I
want the word "broadcasting" to be a link to numpy.doc.broadcasting - do I
have to use the external format `broadcasting <
http://docs.scipy.org/numpy/docs/numpy.doc.broadcasting/>`_ (which does
work) or is there some variant of `numpy.doc.broadcasting` (which does
correctly point there, but w/out the desired text replacement) I can use?
(I tried the obvious `broadcasting numpy.doc.broadcasting` both with and
without a trailing "_", but neither worked, (and beyond that, the number of
variants to "just try" is excessive) and I looked at the rst quickref, but
it wasn't helpful and in any event, linking w/in our Wiki is a
specialization enabled by pydocweb, yes?)

Thanks,

DG
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