What about providing a chm version of the API

I mean, it's quite time-consuming to find the function I want on the net

and the pdf version is not so convenient as the chm version. Anybody any
idea?

I mean, it’s quite time-consuming to find the function I want on the net

and the pdf version is not so convenient as the chm version. Anybody any

idea?

Alternatively, you can check-out the source copy and build your own documentation via Sphinx. Although the first build takes a little while (probably no more than 10 mins, and additional builds gets very faster since Sphinx is smart in this process) it is faster to search your local copies than on the web.

Also, you can very easily access docstrings from within IPython. If you use Eclipse it provides a convince of jumping function/class definitions without locally browsing the source code as well as intelligent helpers. You may also take a look at Spyder for ease of coding.

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