[wingide-users] project manager file documentationNicholas Henke henken at seas.upenn.edu
Mon, 14 Apr 2003 14:45:31 -0400
On Mon, 14 Apr 2003 14:41:26 -0400 (EDT) Wing IDE Support <email@example.com> wrote: > No, there isn't currently a way to do this, but it seems like it might > a good suggestion. > > To clarify: Are you putting multiple """'ed docstrings at the top > level of your file or are you talking about seeing the docstrings also > for classes or functions, concatenated in some way? Yeah there were multiple docstrings at the toplevel -- For some reason I was assuming that python would concatenate them. > > If I'm remembering correctly, only the first docstring for each scope > is retained by Python at runtime, so only the first is strictly > considered"meaningful". We can probably hack our static analysis > engine to extract all the docstrings at the top level of a file, but > we do use the Python parser to some extent so I'm not 100% sure about > what it would take to do so. I think it might be a case of where I will not abuse the source, and just make sure that there is only one docstring per scope. Nic -- Nicholas Henke Penguin Herder & Linux Cluster System Programmer Liniac Project - Univ. of Pennsylvania
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