campbell.gene at gmail.com
Tue Oct 4 09:35:05 MDT 2011
How would epydoc be used to implement better source analysis, and thus
Is the idea that we would document methods, and the epydoc comments
will tell Wing about the argument types?
def plant(seed, *tools, **options):
@param seed: The seed that should be planted.
@type seed: Seed
On Tue, Oct 4, 2011 at 7:36 AM, Stephan Deibel <sdeibel at wingware.com> wrote:
> On 10/4/11 10:32 AM, Linos wrote:
>> Yeah i spoke about Python3 native annotations in the first post but many
>> will be attached to Python2 for a long time, other than this epydoc lets
>> annotate variables in code not only function parameters so it seems like a
>> better solution.
>> Maybe Wing IDE could add support for epydoc right now and in the future
>> support for Python3 native annotations when Python3 have been adopted by
> Sorry, I missed that you mentioned annotations earlier. In any case, I
> agree epydoc support has more value.
> - Stephan
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