[Doc-SIG] docutils 0.0.4 "do you really expect me to believe that?"
Tony J Ibbs (Tibs)
Thu, 1 Mar 2001 16:57:05 -0000
The first nearly useful release of docutils (0.0.4 - the next release
might have a somewhat shorter number!) is now to be found described at:
which is much the same as:
Please note that I have *not* updated the Demon site.
New with this release:
* stpy.py is back, with its oh-so-attractive command line interface
* Python modules and StructuredText files can be read in
* A DOM tree can be generated
* XML can be output (thanks to minidom's writexml method)
* The RE used for descriptive lists has been fixed (again) - hopefully
it's all better now
* Some refactoring of DocNodes.py was done - it may not be finished yet
* The doctests in DocNodes.py and TextNodes.py still work (well, that's
My next task is to add HTML output, which will make it easier for me to
decide if I've done the DOM trees right, and to document the DTD I think
I'm using for the DOM tree (so other people have some hope of
interfacing to it).
Tony J Ibbs (Tibs) http://www.tibsnjoan.co.uk/
Abstraction is one of those notions that Python tosses out
the window, yet expresses very well. - Gordon McMillan
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