[Python-Dev] Get a running instance of the doc for a PR.
Not to belabor the point but:
On Nov 4, 2018, at 19:39, Sorin Sbarnea <sorin.sbarnea at gmail.com> wrote:
> TBH, I don't really know how a human can check the docs if they cannot access them on a webserver.
It's actually trivially easy with the Python doc set because the docs were designed to also be downloadable and usable off-line. That is, the same files html, js, css, and other resources that get built and loaded onto the website can also be just browsed directly from a file system, like:
or, say, using the Open File command in Safari or whatever. No web server is needed.
The docsets for the heads of each of the active branches are built and packaged nightly and downloadable from python.org:
Also, archive copies of the docset at the time of each release is downloadable from here:
There are built using the same Doc/Makefile found in the cpython repo branches and the resulting Doc/build/html directory contains the docset for that snapshot of the repo with every file in the proper location for the webbrowser to load directly.
nad at python.org --