Author eric.araujo
Recipients benjamin.peterson, docs@python, eric.araujo, georg.brandl
Date 2011-09-05.16:45:18
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I picked up a few files in Doc/library and updated their markup to use directives nesting.  The attached patch is the result; it’s a lot of changes for small benefit.  If we think it’s a good change anyway, I have two questions

- Do you think it would be a good idea to have the -checkins emails ignore whitespace changes in some cases?  (I’m thinking a magic string in the commit message)

- A number of files have a class directive near the top of the file, in the list of all public names, and a later section “XX objects” with the methods and attributes.  When this is changed to nested class/methods directives, sometimes the first class directive gets a noindex flag, but I think it should jsut be removed: the index in the sidebar is enough to let people jump to the doc.  Do you agree?
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