[Python-Dev] Get a running instance of the doc for a PR.
This will make review turnout quicker, since I can potentially review and
view the output from anywhere (phone while on a beach) instead of waiting
until I'm back home, open a computer, and then verify the output myself.
On Sun, Nov 4, 2018, 7:56 AM Steven D'Aprano <steve at pearwood.info wrote:
> On Sun, Nov 04, 2018 at 04:12:39PM +0100, Stephane Wirtel wrote:
> > My workflow is the following steps:
> > git wpr XYZ
> > cd ../cpython-XYZ
> > ./configure --prefix=$PWD-build --with-pydebug --silent
> > make -j 4 -s
> > make PYTHON=../python -C Doc/ venv
> > make -C Doc/ check suspicious html serve
> > and run the browser on http://localhost:8000/ and check the result.
> > 1. Because I am a dev I can do it easily
> > 2. If you are not a dev, you have to learn a new step (download sources,
> > compile sources, compile doc and check the result)
> If I am making doc patches, shouldn't I be doing that *before* I
> submit the PR? How else will I know that my changes haven't broken the
> So surely I need to learn those steps regardless?
> (Not a rhetorical question.)
> > I think this feature would be really useful for the contributors, the
> > reviewers and you, the core-dev.
> Sure. But the usefulness has to be weighed against the extra complexity,
> the extra "one more thing that can break and needs to be maintained",
> and the risk of abuse.
> I have no opinion on whether the pluses outweigh the minuses.
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