[Grok-dev] Initializing an app and module structure

Jeroen Michiel jmichiel at yahoo.com
Wed Jan 21 11:25:57 EST 2009

Sebastian Ware wrote:
> I use the documentation that you find in the downloaded eggs  
> extensively. Sometimes I open the egg-catalog as a "project" in  
> TextMate (just a nice texteditor with tabs and simple file handling),  
> which allows me to perform fulltext search in all the downloaded  
> components and a simple way to navigate the components to find readme  
> files, interface definitions etc. This has helped me a lot!
> Mvh Sebastian

I just did an amazing discovery: you can do exactly that with docgrok
If you go to http://localhost:8080/docgrok (or click the Documentation link
in the Grok admin page), you see 2 packages you can browse: grok and zope.
This makes you go to 
http://localhost:8080/docgrok/zope and http://localhost:8080/docgrok/grok
However, what really did drop my jaw was that typing
http://localhost:8080/docgrok/zc/sourcefactory: it simply shows all the docs
for the zc.sourcefactory package that I later installed. This is BRILLIANT!
This is something to mention in the grok docs (or more clearly, if it was,
cause I missed it), imho!.
It's a pity it only showed the grok and zope packages by default, and not
all of them, though...
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