On Fri, Jul 25, 2008 at 05:20:11PM +0100, Chris Withers wrote:
Marius Gedminas wrote:
If you have the ReST text in a separate file, you may find restview useful (http://mg.pov.lt/restview/; easy_install restview).
Is there any way I can get this to use the CSS from PyPI?
Hm. PyPI uses three or four stylesheets at once, and then puts the rendered document inside a couple of divs with classes. You can get some sort of an approximation with
restview *.rst --css http://www.python.org/styles/screen-switcher-default.css
if you upgrade to restview 1.0.1 that I just released.
My hack with rst2html does a half-decent job of using PyPI's css...
If it suits you, great. I was unsatisfied by rst2html because that introduces an extra step in my editing workflow:
* save .rst file in text editor * run rst2html on it * reload page in web browser
(Plus, the default CSS wasn't shiny enough for me.)