Ticket #70 (new enhancement)
'Contents' improvements based on Python's docs
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Contrasting this page: http://haskell.org/ghc/docs/latest/html/libraries/
With this one: http://docs.python.org/library/index.html
We can see a number of ways to improve the library listings for haddock contents.
First, there descriptions given to the libraries, rather than just their names.
Second, the libraries themselves are grouped into type groups, above and beyond the lib paths themselves.
Third, when you actually drill into a page a 'breadcrumb' is placed at the top of the page for navigating back out. Example, clicking on 'array' yields a page headed with:
Python v2.6.1 documentation » The Python Standard Library » Data Types »
These are 3 links, each stepping back up to a different containing level.