[SciPy-Dev] Recommended procedure for splitting a file while keeping the web doc editor in sync?

Warren Weckesser warren.weckesser@enthought....
Sat Jun 19 14:20:58 CDT 2010


Warren Weckesser wrote:
> Pauli Virtanen wrote:
>   
>> Sat, 19 Jun 2010 12:30:37 -0500, Warren Weckesser wrote:
>>   
>>     
>>> In preparation for getting some FIR filter patches into trunk, I would
>>> like to split the existing FIR filter functions in
>>> signal/filter_design.py into a separate file, fir_filter_design.py.  Is
>>> there anything special I should do to ensure that the web doc editor
>>> stays in sync with this change?
>>>     
>>>       
>> If the documentation of the functions has been edited, it's best to get 
>> the patch from
>>
>> 	http://docs.scipy.org/scipy/patch/
>>
>> for the changes in the stuff in the module (if any), and apply it first.
>>
>>   
>>     
>
> Is there a quick way to find out if the module has any edits in the web 
> interface?
>   

Guessing the answer to my question:  since scipy.signal.filter_design 
doesn't show up in the list of modules under "Generate patch", that 
means there are no changes pending.

> This page
>
>    http://docs.scipy.org/scipy/docs/scipy.signal.filter_design/
>
> doesn't show any red or yellow, but to be honest, I don't recall the 
> meaning of the color codes, and I can't seem to find the explanation of 
> the colors (but I know it's in there somewhere).
>
> Request for enhancement: Every page that uses the color codes should 
> have a link to the explanation of the colors.  Just a button or link 
> called "What do the colors mean?" would be great.
>
> Warren
>
>   
>> Otherwise, you'll need to persistently bug me to make the corresponding 
>> moves manually in the SQL db. (The app does not track moves automatically 
>> at the moment.)
>>
>>   
>>     
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