[Grok-dev] Re: Where is the canonical place for API docs?

Martijn Faassen faassen at startifact.com
Mon Jun 18 09:19:40 EDT 2007

Luciano Ramalho wrote:
> While looking for "Zope 3 API documentation" I discovered that
> googling that obvious phrase is no help.
> Phillip's book mentions the ++apidoc++ system and teaches how to
> enable it, but following the steps in my edition of the book did not
> work in an instance created by grokproject (I get a page not found
> error when going to http://localhost:8080/++apidoc++). I noticed this
> works in a plain Zope 3 instance built from source.
> What am I missing?

I don't know, but this is a nice opportunity to say that a volunteer who 
could dig up the Zope 3 API documentation and publish it on the web 
would do a great thing for Zope 3 (and Grok). Zope 3's API documentation 
is quite extensive (interfaces, doctests) but a very well hidden treasure.



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