[development doc updates]

Discussion in 'Python' started by Fred L. Drake, Nov 10, 2004.

  1. The development version of the documentation has been updated:

    http://www.python.org/dev/doc/devel/

    Lots of changes to how tables are actually formatted, with much of the
    styling moved from the HTML to the CSS stylesheet.

    Tables also look nicer in supporting browsers.

    Please review the tables and report any strange presentations; be sure
    to include the specific browser (including platform and version!) in
    your report.


    A downloadable package containing the HTML is also available:

    http://www.python.org/dev/doc/python-docs-devel.tar.bz2
     
    Fred L. Drake, Nov 10, 2004
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    Russell Blau Guest

    "Fred L. Drake" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > The development version of the documentation has been updated:
    >
    > http://www.python.org/dev/doc/devel/
    >
    > Lots of changes to how tables are actually formatted, with much of the
    > styling moved from the HTML to the CSS stylesheet.
    >
    > Tables also look nicer in supporting browsers.
    >
    > Please review the tables and report any strange presentations; be sure
    > to include the specific browser (including platform and version!) in
    > your report.


    Using MSIE 6.0 on Windows XP Professional, the tables have borders on the
    left and bottom, but no borders on the top and right sides. The interior
    borders between cells are fine.


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    Russell Blau, Nov 10, 2004
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    Kent Johnson Guest

    Fred L. Drake wrote:
    > The development version of the documentation has been updated:
    >
    > http://www.python.org/dev/doc/devel/
    >
    > Please review the tables and report any strange presentations; be sure
    > to include the specific browser (including platform and version!) in
    > your report.


    Do you wath the reports here or in the bug tracker? Anyway here is one:

    Using Firefox 1.0 and Firefox 1.0PR on Win2K, the tables are missing the
    left and right borders. For example in Section 2.3.6, the table of
    operations for sequence types, in the 2.3.4 docs I have a black border
    on left, right and bottom; in the dev docs it is only on the bottom.

    Kent
     
    Kent Johnson, Nov 10, 2004
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  4. Fred L. Drake

    Kent Johnson Guest

    Kent Johnson wrote:
    > Using Firefox 1.0 and Firefox 1.0PR on Win2K, the tables are missing the
    > left and right borders.


    and top.

    For example in Section 2.3.6, the table of
    > operations for sequence types, in the 2.3.4 docs I have a black border
    > on left, right

    top
    > and bottom; in the dev docs it is only on the bottom.


    Also the borders under the header and at the bottom are heavier in the
    new docs; my guess is that is intentional...

    Kent
     
    Kent Johnson, Nov 10, 2004
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    John Roth Guest

    "Kent Johnson" <> wrote in message
    news:41923be3$...
    > Fred L. Drake wrote:
    >> The development version of the documentation has been updated:
    >>
    >> http://www.python.org/dev/doc/devel/
    >>
    >> Please review the tables and report any strange presentations; be sure
    >> to include the specific browser (including platform and version!) in
    >> your report.

    >
    > Do you wath the reports here or in the bug tracker? Anyway here is one:
    >
    > Using Firefox 1.0 and Firefox 1.0PR on Win2K, the tables are missing the
    > left and right borders. For example in Section 2.3.6, the table of
    > operations for sequence types, in the 2.3.4 docs I have a black border on
    > left, right and bottom; in the dev docs it is only on the bottom.


    Same problem on Win XP SP2 with Firefox 1.0PR.

    John Roth
    >
    > Kent
     
    John Roth, Nov 10, 2004
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