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Tue Oct 9 11:32:00 EDT 2001
Jürgen Hermann wrote:
> Unfortunately, on a first look pydoc makes this hard (by returning
> string values to build a result). I have to take a deeper look
> whether it's possible.
Well, we don't use pydoc except for infrastructure. The way to do it
would be to pass a file-like object to the various documentation
functions, so they write to it instead of returning a string.
> Still, there is sometimes a description element and sometimes not.
> And it's not clear why.
Err... good question. Ok, let's use a description element for everything.
> I also added my own versions of stylesheet & css, the stylesheet
> takes parameters and is thus easily adapted to dynamic page
Oh, good, I wasn't sure how to do that with XSLT. Can you put up an
example of the output?
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