[Doc-SIG] docutils (rst) User Documentation in Microsoft HTML Help (chm) format

Axel Kollmorgen axel at kollmorgen.net
Tue Jul 1 17:35:52 EDT 2003

hi all,

i just converted a big part of the docutils (rst) User Documentation
(Intro, Primer, Quick rst, spec, FAQ, ...) into chm format. this is
quite handy (for people who can use chm ;)) - it's all in one place,
with a single toc, and fully searchable.

you can download it from http://build.kollm.org/rst.zip (the chm plus
the HTML Help project and toc files). i just applied for a docutils
sandbox and will put this and possible future versions there (probably

for future versions, i'll try one of the rst-to-docbook converters and
the docbook chm writer to automatically generate a complete
documentation. current version doesn't include all documentation and
doesn't link all toc entries to their subheadings properly.



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