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javadoc for python

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I played a little with happydoc and pydoc and wonder which one I should use.

Also, is there a better documentation general available (I am spoiled by
javadoc).

Lastly, I could not find good documentation for either happydoc or pydoc.
Thanks.
Olaf
Jul 18 '05 #1
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> I played a little with happydoc and pydoc and wonder which one I should use.

Also, is there a better documentation general available (I am spoiled by
javadoc).

Lastly, I could not find good documentation for either happydoc or pydoc.
Thanks.


From your post, you are seemingly just looking for documentation on
everything that is included with Python. This can be found here:
http://www.python.org/doc/

If you installed the documentation for Python, when you installed
Python, it is also included at <path where you installed python>/doc

Personally, I find no need for pydoc or happydoc, I prefer reading the
source. Because of the way pydoc (and likely happydoc) pull out
documentation, all the documentation that is gained from using them is
readily available in the source, along with comments that are not
included when the help files are pulled out with pydoc.

- Josiah
Jul 18 '05 #2

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Olaf Meding wrote:
I played a little with happydoc and pydoc and wonder which one I should use.

Also, is there a better documentation general available (I am spoiled by
javadoc).


Try http://epydoc.sourceforge.net/
In my opinion it's closed to javadoc.

bye by Wolfgang

Jul 18 '05 #3

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I too wish there was Javadoc-style documentation for Python. In any
event, you might try this:

http://www.ferg.org/pyref/index.html
Jul 18 '05 #4

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