|Version 3 (modified by mitar, 3 years ago) (diff)|
Location of the documentation
The documentation is on the SVN (source:trunk/), in orange/doc/Orange. It can be compiled with Sphinx. Compiled version of the documentation, which is easier to read, can be found here. This documentation is new and is still in progress. Please refer also to current documentation on Orange site.
See README.txt in that directory for instructions.
The actual documentation is intermixed in orange/doc/Orange/rst and scripts in orange/Orange. Regression testing and scripts are in orange/Orange/rst/code. Additional files, such as images, go into orange/Orange/rst/files.
Tips and Tricks
- help with ReStructuredText
- When manually describing a C++ class, use the .. py:class:: instead of .. class:: if you need to describe the parameters taken by the constructor. For example, this works as intended:
.. py:class:: Orange.classification.rules.RuleLearner(storeExamples = true, targetClass = -1, baseRules = Orange.classification.rules.RuleList())
Underscores vs. mixedCase vs. CamelCase
The names of attributes and methods in C++ classes have been modified to underscore form (Value.var_type instead of Value.varType). Class names are in CamelCase (e.g. BayesClassifier). Names of functions within the module, e.g. orange.getClassDistributions are still in mixedCase.
Old names still work, except for referencing of unbound methods. E.g.
v = orange.EnumVariable(); v.getExisting()
is OK, but
is not. Former is uncommon, but needs to be found and modified manually.
For refactoring, mapping of names can be found in source/orange/aliases.txt, source/_underscored and source/_underscored_manual.