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epydoc CLI and many files

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Hello,

I have a problem under Windows. I use the cli.py program included with
epydoc. I wrote a small program that lists all of my modules after the
cli. Something like this:

cli.py --html --inheritance=grouped module1.py module2.py module3.py
.......

The problem is that now I have so many modules that the shell (cmd.exe)
cannot interpret this as a one command. It truncates the command line
and gives me and error message. (cli.py does not start). Unfortunately,
I cannot split the documentation into parts, because there are many
crossreferences. How to overcome this problem?

Les

Sep 5 '05 #1
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Laszlo Zsolt Nagy enlightened us with:
I wrote a small program that lists all of my modules after the
cli. Something like this:

cli.py --html --inheritance=grouped module1.py module2.py module3.py
......

The problem is that now I have so many modules that the shell
(cmd.exe) cannot interpret this as a one command.


Edit cli.py to get the list of modules from a call to glob.glob() or
stdin, instead of the commandline.

Sybren
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Sep 5 '05 #2

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