[SciPy-Dev] Understanding source of docs, source file ".py" or ".rst" file
Mon Jun 28 23:04:39 CDT 2010
On Mon, Jun 28, 2010 at 5:27 PM, Vincent Davis <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> There are two sets of docs for scipy.constants.constants, that in the
> source constants.py and that in that in
> The rst file is what is used on the website but I am not sure how to
> (can you) view it from an interactive py session.
> Is it necessary to maintain both?
> Or more generally whats the protocol for how and why this is done.
I believe that you edit the .rst files via the docs wiki and that they
are applied to the actual source modules by hand intermittently (ie.,
before a release, when a lot of progress has been made, or after a
docs marathon or sprint).
I also struggled to understand this at first. Is this documented
somewhere? If not, where would be best? I'm thinking somewhere on
the main docs page. I don't know that the Question and Answers page
is obvious enough. Would the "before you start" be a good place?
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