What's the story with organizing a cental python docs hub?

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  • hoogle

    Haskell API search engine

  • So I was working on this tool pysearch.com for doing deep semantic searches of python docs by program analysis inferred functionality when I noticed that every library's docs seem to be in a different format hosted in a different source. This would be fine if there was also a standard format hub for all the libraries on pypi or something, but it looks like even readthedocs doesn't contain everything. I find this a bit odd given the existence of tools like pydoc for doing something like this locally. Originally, I was hoping to find something like hackage for haskell, as I was hoping to build a natural language version of hoogle. In the meantime I've gotten pysearch to work by setting up custom rules for each doc, but this is kinda unsustainable.

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  • hackage-server

    Hackage-Server: A Haskell Package Repository

  • So I was working on this tool pysearch.com for doing deep semantic searches of python docs by program analysis inferred functionality when I noticed that every library's docs seem to be in a different format hosted in a different source. This would be fine if there was also a standard format hub for all the libraries on pypi or something, but it looks like even readthedocs doesn't contain everything. I find this a bit odd given the existence of tools like pydoc for doing something like this locally. Originally, I was hoping to find something like hackage for haskell, as I was hoping to build a natural language version of hoogle. In the meantime I've gotten pysearch to work by setting up custom rules for each doc, but this is kinda unsustainable.

  • pydoc.io

    A browser for Python project documentation

  • Enough that mozilla once put money into such a thing: https://github.com/readthedocs/pydoc.io/issues/23

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