[pyicu-dev] towards release 1.0
Steven R. Loomis
srl at icu-project.org
Wed Mar 31 15:35:58 PDT 2010
Your README does describe pretty clearly how to get to the
documentation. I guess you could vector each python class off to the
ICU class's documentation .. or use doxygen and generate it in python
format or something.
By the way, this file has some out of date links:
- it's not Just IBM developers- just say ICU developers.
- probably just link to our main page http://icu-project.org
keep up the good work.
Andi Vajda wrote:
> The README file explains where to find the C++ API docs (as opposed to
> the C one, PyICU wraps ICU C++ classes) and how they correspond to the
> python wrappers. It also explains how pythonic features, such as
> iterators, string coversion, etc... are supported.
> If you find holes or bugs in this file, please send them along.
> As for copying the ICU docs, hmmm, patches are welcome.
> The wrapped class names and method names match exactly, where
> possible, the ICU C++ ones. This is so that api docs can be matched
> against, for example. The C api functions are _not_ wrapped by PyICU.
Steven R. Loomis srl at icu-project.org
Technical Lead, ICU for C/C++ <http://icu-project.org>
IBM San José Globalization Center of Competency
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