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wxpython worked out but can't find api docs for download.

hello all.
finally I got the accessibility issue out from wxpython. actually
almost got it out, but that's another story.
now my problem is that I can't gind a downloadable version of wxpython
api reference for the latest version or the latest api reference at
least.
I found the on-line version so please don't provide the same link.
when I opened it on line, it took about 8 minuts to get the wx package
come up on screen with over 600 links.
I need to have some off line reference for the wxpython api.
I have enough documentation to get started but I don't have the
extencive api references for events and other methods, properties and
attributes.
can some one point me to a .zip or .tar.gz version of the api docs for wxpython?
thanking all.
Krishnakant.
Dec 2 '06 #1
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krishnakant Mane wrote:
hello all.
finally I got the accessibility issue out from wxpython. actually
almost got it out, but that's another story.
now my problem is that I can't gind a downloadable version of wxpython
api reference for the latest version or the latest api reference at
least.
I found the on-line version so please don't provide the same link.
when I opened it on line, it took about 8 minuts to get the wx package
come up on screen with over 600 links.
I need to have some off line reference for the wxpython api.
I have enough documentation to get started but I don't have the
extencive api references for events and other methods, properties and
attributes.
can some one point me to a .zip or .tar.gz version of the api docs for
wxpython? thanking all.
Krishnakant.
http://www.wxpython.org/download.php
Dec 2 '06 #2
On 03/12/06, hg <hg@nospam.orgwrote:
http://www.wxpython.org/download.php
I had the wxwidgets documentation on my computer as well.
and I also have the demos.
but I was wondering if there is some api reference on wxpython itself.
the problem is that wx widgets is such a huge library that every time
I want to look up some reference material, I need to first look into
the c++ version of the library and then make a mentel translation of
the same into python.
I know it is not a good thing to do always. and then it does not do
justice to the writers of wxpython. after having such a beautiful
library as a wrapp around the c++ equivalent, it is rather unjustified
to look at the c++ version of documentation isn't it?
so if there is a api reference similar to the one available on-line,
please provide the url for the same.
thanking all.
Krishnakant.
Dec 3 '06 #3
"krishnakant Mane" <re**********@gmail.comwrote in message
news:ma**************************************@pyth on.org...
hello all.
finally I got the accessibility issue out from wxpython. actually
almost got it out, but that's another story.
now my problem is that I can't gind a downloadable version of wxpython
api reference for the latest version or the latest api reference at
least.
I found the on-line version so please don't provide the same link.
when I opened it on line, it took about 8 minuts to get the wx package
come up on screen with over 600 links.
I need to have some off line reference for the wxpython api.
I have enough documentation to get started but I don't have the
extencive api references for events and other methods, properties and
attributes.
can some one point me to a .zip or .tar.gz version of the api docs for
wxpython?
thanking all.
Krishnakant.
I am just now learning wxPython, and I used epydoc to generate HTML doc for
the classes. To do this:
1. download and install epydoc
2. Fix bug in html.py of epydoc - line 2179 "inherit" should be "inherited"
3. Run epydoc against wx/ package directory.

You will get numerous INTERNAL ERROR: messages and "indentation error"
messages, but you will end up with a directory of HTML reference docs for
the Python classes.

-- Paul
Dec 3 '06 #4
"krishnakant Mane" <re**********@gmail.comwrote in message
news:ma**************************************@pyth on.org...
hello all.
finally I got the accessibility issue out from wxpython. actually
almost got it out, but that's another story.
now my problem is that I can't gind a downloadable version of wxpython
api reference for the latest version or the latest api reference at
least.
I found the on-line version so please don't provide the same link.
when I opened it on line, it took about 8 minuts to get the wx package
come up on screen with over 600 links.
I need to have some off line reference for the wxpython api.
I have enough documentation to get started but I don't have the
extencive api references for events and other methods, properties and
attributes.
can some one point me to a .zip or .tar.gz version of the api docs for
wxpython?
thanking all.
Krishnakant.
Also, there is much info at the wxPython wiki:
http://wiki.wxpython.org/index.cgi/FrontPage

-- Paul
Dec 3 '06 #5
hi pol,
thanks for your helpful suggestion.
I tried it but nothing seams to work.
I can't get the folder containing html files as you suggested.
can you kindly attach a .zip archive of your generated folder as a
privat email to me?
I will be really thankful.
Krishnakant.
Dec 3 '06 #6
Go to:

http://wxpython.org/download.php#binaries

and in the documentation part, download both "wxPython-docs" and
"wxPython-newdocs".

Hope this helps.

Dec 3 '06 #7
Sorry, I think all you want is "wxPython-newdocs", which is the
wxPython-specific documentation.

Dec 3 '06 #8

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