What have you done this week?Jan 11, 2009 · 2 minute read · Comments
I wrote** 2599 lines** of documentation. More detailed I wrote 2599 lines of documentation from Thursday to Sunday.
In total, the jak branch of python-apt now has a diffstat (compared to debian-sid) of:
Changes: 113 files changed, 5845 insertions (+), 2763 deletions(-)
Partly responsible is Ben Finney, whose patches I merged. I also closed 7 bugs not relevant anymore in current versions of python-apt.
This is the changelog to from debian-sid to jak:
python-apt (0.7.9~exp2) experimental; urgency=low * apt/*.py: - Almost complete cleanup of the code - Remove inconsistent use of tabs and spaces (Closes: #505443) - Improved documentation * apt/debfile.py: - Drop get*() methods, as they are deprecated and were never in a stable release - Make DscSrcPackage working * apt/gtk/widgets.py: - Fix the code and document the signals * Introduce new documentation build with Sphinx - Contains style Guide (Closes: #481562) - debian/rules: Build the documentation here - setup.py: Remove pydoc building and add new docs. - debian/examples: Include examples from documentation - debian/python-apt.docs: + Change html/ to build/doc/html. + Add build/doc/text for the text-only documentation * setup.py: - Only create build/data when building, not all the time - Remove build/mo and build/data on clean -a * debian/control: - Remove the Conflicts on python2.3-apt, python2.4-apt, as they are only needed for oldstable (sarge) - Build-Depend on python-sphinx (>= 0.5) * aptsources/distinfo.py: - Allow @ in mirror urls (Closes: #478171) (LP: #223097) * Merge Ben Finney's whitespace changes (Closes: #481563) * Merge Ben Finney's do not use has_key() (Closes: #481878 ) * Do not use deprecated form of raise statement (Closes: #494259) * Add support for PkgRecords.SHA256Hash (Closes: #456113) -- Julian Andres Klode Sun, 11 Jan 2009 20:01:59 +0100
This will again close 7 bugs. But the most important part is to actually have the complete documentation (OK, some descriptions are missing, but all classes,functions,methods,attributes,data should be there now).
I still need to rearrange parts of the documentation and add some descriptions to some pieces, but all in all I am satisfied with what I have done this week.
Take a look at the documentation: http://people.debian.org/~jak/python-apt-doc/apt/, it received documentation for 9 new classes today.
I also added an entry to the DeveloperNews page on wiki.debian.org.