Open Python docs in the browser.
- Search engines still take you to Python 2.7 docs, and not the docs for the Python version you're using.
python-docinstalls all docs on your machine, so you don't need an internet connection to view them.
- You can optionally ask
python-docto take you to the docs.python.org website.
rustup doc which opens docs associated with the installed Rust toolchain in your browser.
You can simply use
pip to install
$ pip install python-doc
You can open the main docs page for your Python version using:
You can also go to a specific module's doc page using the
$ python-doc -m os
If you want to see the docs for a different Python version than your own, you can use the
$ python-doc -m os -py 3.6
To open docs on the docs.python.org website, you can use the
$ python-doc -m os -py 3.6 -w
To look at all the available options, you can check out the help using:
$ python-doc --help
python-doc uses Calendar Versioning. For the available versions, see the tags on the GitHub repository.
This project is licensed under the Apache License, see the LICENSE file for details.