I don't think my last message (sent a few days ago) made it to the
mailing list. I'm reposting it again.
I just uploaded a slightly modified patch with more doumentations.
I added a documentation for the colors.py module and
ColorConverter.to_rgb() method. Is there any other place I need to
I'll see what I can do with the user's guide also.
Thanks for the suggestion. But I'm afraid that I'm not so keen about
implementing your suggestions, although their implementation should be
very straight forward. My intention was to support only a simple color
mixing, so trivial that my brain can actually predict the result.
While my current code understands strings like
"orange!30!purple!50!white", I don't think I'll ever use it because it
is hard to predict the resulting color (at least for me). Instead,
I'll just to look up the color table and pick up the color I want. So,
I'm sorry, but I may not implement those features you suggested unless
you or someone else give me a good motivation. On the other hand, I
added a "mix_rgb" method in the ColorConverter class, which partially
support what you have suggested.
I also tried to take a look at the user's guide documentation, but I
couldn't find the relevant section about the color (under the
doc/users directory) while the pdf version linked in the homepage DO
have a section about the color. Is it that the new sphinx-based docs
does not have the color section yet? or am I looking at the wrong
On Fri, Sep 19, 2008 at 4:50 PM, Jae-Joon Lee <lee.j.joon@...149...> wrote: