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Doc-26/c-api/newtypes.rst

 or strings), do not need to provide any explicit support for garbage collection.
 
 .. An example showing the use of these interfaces can be found in "Supporting the
-.. Cycle Collector (XXX reference: ../ext/example-cycle-support.html)".
+.. Cycle Collector (XXX not found: ../ext/example-cycle-support.html)".
 
 To create a container type, the :attr:`tp_flags` field of the type object must
 include the :const:`Py_TPFLAGS_HAVE_GC` and provide an implementation of the

Doc-26/distutils/configfile.rst

 
 .. seealso::
 
-   `Installing Python Modules <../inst/config-syntax.html>`_
+   :ref:`inst-config-syntax` in "Installing Python Modules"
       More information on the configuration files is available in the manual for
       system administrators.
 

Doc-26/extending/embedding.rst

 
 .. seealso::
 
-   `Python/C API Reference Manual <../api/api.html>`_
+   :ref:`c-api-index`
       The details of Python's C interface are given in this manual. A great deal of
       necessary information can be found here.
 

Doc-26/tutorial/introduction.rst

 
 .. seealso::
 
-   `Sequence Types <../lib/typesseq.html>`_
-      Strings, and the Unicode strings described in the next section, are examples of
-      *sequence types*, and support the common operations supported by such types.
+   :ref:`typesseq`
+      Strings, and the Unicode strings described in the next section, are
+      examples of *sequence types*, and support the common operations supported
+      by such types.
 
-   `String Methods <../lib/string-methods.html>`_
-      Both strings and Unicode strings support a large number of methods for basic
-      transformations and searching.
+   :ref:`string-methods`
+      Both strings and Unicode strings support a large number of methods for
+      basic transformations and searching.
 
-   `String Formatting Operations <../lib/typesseq-strings.html>`_
-      The formatting operations invoked when strings and Unicode strings are the left
-      operand of the ``%`` operator are described in more detail here.
+   :ref:`typesseq-strings`
+      The formatting operations invoked when strings and Unicode strings are the
+      left operand of the ``%`` operator are described in more detail here.
 
 
 .. _tut-unicodestrings:

Doc-26/whatsnew/2.3.rst

 With all of these features the :mod:`logging` package should provide enough
 flexibility for even the most complicated applications.  This is only an
 incomplete overview of its features, so please see the package's reference
-documentation (XXX reference: ../lib/module-logging.html) for all of the
-details.  Reading :pep:`282` will also be helpful.
+documentation for all of the details.  Reading :pep:`282` will also be helpful.
 
 
 .. seealso::

Doc-26/whatsnew/2.5.rst

       ':keyword:`with`' statement, which can be helpful in learning how the statement
       works.
 
-   ../lib/module-contextlib.html
-      The documentation  for the :mod:`contextlib` module.
+   The documentation  for the :mod:`contextlib` module.
 
 .. % ======================================================================
 
    http://starship.python.net/crew/theller/ctypes/
       The ctypes web page, with a tutorial, reference, and FAQ.
 
-   ../lib/module-ctypes.html
-      The documentation  for the :mod:`ctypes` module.
+   The documentation  for the :mod:`ctypes` module.
 
 .. % ======================================================================
 
 
 .. seealso::
 
-   ../lib/module-hashlib.html
-      The documentation  for the :mod:`hashlib` module.
+   The documentation  for the :mod:`hashlib` module.
 
 .. % ======================================================================
 
       The SQLite web page; the documentation describes the syntax and the available
       data types for the supported SQL dialect.
 
-   ../lib/module-sqlite3.html
-      The documentation  for the :mod:`sqlite3` module.
+   The documentation  for the :mod:`sqlite3` module.
 
    :pep:`249` - Database API Specification 2.0
       PEP written by Marc-André Lemburg.

Doc-3k/c-api/newtypes.rst

 or strings), do not need to provide any explicit support for garbage collection.
 
 .. An example showing the use of these interfaces can be found in "Supporting the
-.. Cycle Collector (XXX reference: ../ext/example-cycle-support.html)".
+.. Cycle Collector (XXX not found: ../ext/example-cycle-support.html)".
 
 To create a container type, the :attr:`tp_flags` field of the type object must
 include the :const:`Py_TPFLAGS_HAVE_GC` and provide an implementation of the

Doc-3k/distutils/configfile.rst

 
 .. seealso::
 
-   `Installing Python Modules <../inst/config-syntax.html>`_
+   :ref:`inst-config-syntax` in "Installing Python Modules"
       More information on the configuration files is available in the manual for
       system administrators.
 

Doc-3k/extending/embedding.rst

 
 .. seealso::
 
-   `Python/C API Reference Manual <../api/api.html>`_
+   :ref:`c-api-index`
       The details of Python's C interface are given in this manual. A great deal of
       necessary information can be found here.
 

Doc-3k/tutorial/introduction.rst

 
 .. seealso::
 
-   `Sequence Types <../lib/typesseq.html>`_
-      Strings, and the Unicode strings described in the next section, are examples of
-      *sequence types*, and support the common operations supported by such types.
+   :ref:`typesseq`
+      Strings, and the Unicode strings described in the next section, are
+      examples of *sequence types*, and support the common operations supported
+      by such types.
 
-   `String Methods <../lib/string-methods.html>`_
-      Both strings and Unicode strings support a large number of methods for basic
-      transformations and searching.
+   :ref:`string-methods`
+      Both strings and Unicode strings support a large number of methods for
+      basic transformations and searching.
 
-   `String Formatting Operations <../lib/typesseq-strings.html>`_
-      The formatting operations invoked when strings and Unicode strings are the left
-      operand of the ``%`` operator are described in more detail here.
+   :ref:`typesseq-strings`
+      The formatting operations invoked when strings and Unicode strings are the
+      left operand of the ``%`` operator are described in more detail here.
 
 
 .. _tut-unicodestrings:

Doc-3k/whatsnew/2.3.rst

 With all of these features the :mod:`logging` package should provide enough
 flexibility for even the most complicated applications.  This is only an
 incomplete overview of its features, so please see the package's reference
-documentation (XXX reference: ../lib/module-logging.html) for all of the
-details.  Reading :pep:`282` will also be helpful.
+documentation for all of the details.  Reading :pep:`282` will also be helpful.
 
 
 .. seealso::

Doc-3k/whatsnew/2.5.rst

       ':keyword:`with`' statement, which can be helpful in learning how the statement
       works.
 
-   ../lib/module-contextlib.html
-      The documentation  for the :mod:`contextlib` module.
+   The documentation  for the :mod:`contextlib` module.
 
 .. % ======================================================================
 
    http://starship.python.net/crew/theller/ctypes/
       The ctypes web page, with a tutorial, reference, and FAQ.
 
-   ../lib/module-ctypes.html
-      The documentation  for the :mod:`ctypes` module.
+   The documentation  for the :mod:`ctypes` module.
 
 .. % ======================================================================
 
 
 .. seealso::
 
-   ../lib/module-hashlib.html
-      The documentation  for the :mod:`hashlib` module.
+   The documentation  for the :mod:`hashlib` module.
 
 .. % ======================================================================
 
       The SQLite web page; the documentation describes the syntax and the available
       data types for the supported SQL dialect.
 
-   ../lib/module-sqlite3.html
-      The documentation  for the :mod:`sqlite3` module.
+   The documentation  for the :mod:`sqlite3` module.
 
    :pep:`249` - Database API Specification 2.0
       PEP written by Marc-André Lemburg.
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