[Doc-SIG] Getting started with restructured text

Tony J Ibbs (Tibs) tony@lsl.co.uk
Thu, 22 Nov 2001 10:26:42 -0000

David Goodger wrote:
> Tony Ibbs has produced a first stab at what I call a
> "Reader", a Python source analyzer, and an HTML "Writer",
> still available at
> http://www.tibsnjoan.co.uk/reST/pydps.tgz. It's no longer
> being maintained in favour of a fabled new implementation
> (which I'd love to see one of these days).

Erm, well, I wouldn't say "no longer being maintained" - I still haven't
changed the name. I *did* try to upload a new version this morning, but
something has gone wrong with my ability to upload (password changed
under my feet), so I'm awaiting a reply from "customer services" before
I can do anything more.

If Amos wants a copy urgently, I can always email it to him - it seems
to cope adequately with "plain" reST text, although it's a bit behind
the times on some subtleties that have been changing lately!


Tony J Ibbs (Tibs)      http://www.tibsnjoan.co.uk/
.. "equal" really means "in some sense the same, but maybe not
.. the sense you were hoping for", or, more succinctly, "is
.. confused with". (Gordon McMillan, Python list, Apr 1998)
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