5 Oct 2000 fdrake   » (Master)

Well, the documentation for Python 2.0 is mostly stable, and shows a lot of improvement over the 1.6 documentation. There are still a few things to do to work around LaTeX2HTML problems, but that seems to always be the case. Every LaTeX2HTML problem pushes me that much closer to getting back to the XML conversion.

I've set things up so that I can easily publish the HTML for what's in my working directory at our FTP server, so it'll be easier for people to review the state of the documentation without having to install all the tools needed to build it from the LaTeX sources.

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