3.5b: hard to find optional value mapping docs for Python

blairblair Blair ZajacOrganization: Sony Pictures ImageworksProject: VnPMember ✭✭

Following up on my previous questions about optional values, I went to read the language mapping for the supported languages. For C++, Java, C# they are easy to find since they are listed in the table of contents. However, for Objective-C, Python, Ruby and PHP there is no section in the table of contents titled "XXX mapping for optional values."

In Python's case, I scanned the entire chapter on client side mapping and found it in the Exception section, which isn't an obvious to go to to read up on this feature: Python Mapping for Exceptions - Ice 3.5 - ZeroC



  • mesmes CaliforniaMark SpruiellOrganization: ZeroC, Inc.Project: Ice DeveloperAdministrators, ZeroC Staff ZeroC Staff

    As you can tell, we're still working on the documentation. We decided to release the beta before the documentation was complete, so your patience is appreciated while we continue to add more content. For example, just today I added this page.

  • blairblair Blair ZajacOrganization: Sony Pictures ImageworksProject: VnPMember ✭✭
    Hi Mark,

    OK, great. I didn't realize that the docs were still flux. Thanks for making the release when you did!

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