Author Wieland.Hoffmann
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Date 2013-09-02.16:49:19
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In Python 3 one can use `pydoc -p 0` to start a pydoc HTTP server on an arbitrary unused port. This works (somewhat) in Python 2 as well, except that pydoc doesn't tell you which port it's listening on. Applying the attached patch makes pydoc print the correct port.
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