ANN: Leo 4.1 final

max khesin max at NcOviSsPiAoMntech.com
Fri Feb 20 22:06:39 CET 2004


Wow, sweet, rst + leo is what I was looking for! thanks and thanks!

Edward K. Ream wrote:

>>I am actually trying to set up a Leo-based documentation project right
>>now (though I am pretty new to it). Are there any previous case-studies
>>on people doing documentation?
> 
> 
> The new rst2.py plugin might be a real good place to start.  See the
> documentation in the node called "Description of rst2 by Steve Zatz"
> 
> The short form:
> 
> """If a headline starts with @rst <filename>, double-clicking on it will
> write a file in outline order, with the headlines converted to
> reStructuredText
> section headings.
> 
> If the name of the <filename> has the extension .html, .htm or .tex, and if
> you have
> docutils installed, it will generate HTML or LaTeX, respectively."""
> 
> 
>>In particular I am interested in being
>>able to embed Leo node links directly in another node's text (for
>>automatic HTML generation). I know I can do it through programming (or
>>XSLT...brrrr....), but I am really trying avoid re-inventing the wheel
>>due to the project's time constraints. Any info would help.
> 
> 
> I suspect that you can do almost anything you want with rst2.py.  I'll be
> posting Steve's own examples on Leo's web site today:
> 
> - wxListManager.leo:  the "source code" for the documentation.
> - listManagerDocs.html:  the html output created by rst2.py plugin.
> - several stylesheets for use by generated files.
> 
> When you see listManagerDocs.html I think you will be impressed with the
> kinds of things that can be done with Leo+rst+docutils+(optional)silver
> city+web standards.
> 
> Thanks for this question.  Steve's work deserves much more attention than it
> has gotten so far.
> 
> Edward
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> Edward K. Ream   email:  edreamleo at charter.net
> Leo: Literate Editor with Outlines
> Leo: http://webpages.charter.net/edreamleo/front.html
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> 
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