On Sun, Jul 28, 2019 at 02:00:56PM +0100, Ian Jackson wrote:
> Hi, Python folks.
> I think help is needed regarding
>   #932584  python-pydoctor: Epydoc will be removed
> It seems to be languishing rather.  What I don't understand is why
> pydoctor depends on epydoc given that, in the words of the
> Description:
>   [Pydoctor] was written primarily to replace epydoc ...
> I had a quick look through the source but I don't know enough about
> pydoctor to make immediate sense of the results of my grep.  Maybe
> some person who knows more about pydoctor can help ?
> (I'm CCing this to the gbp maintainers because this came to my
> attention due to an autoremoval bug where a package of mine has a
> dependency chain via gbp.)

epydoc only seems to be used for formatting and README.Debian confirms

...and looking at the bug it seems it was already dealt with by dropping
the epydoc dependency. Thanks!
 -- Guido

> Thanks,
> Ian.
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