Uses of docutils
guillermo.listas at googlemail.com
Sun Aug 31 13:56:21 CEST 2008
I've been playing with docutils in order to use ReStructedText with
Django, but I was wondering if apart from converting files to html it
adds anything to Python's self-documenting facilities.
For instance, the instructions tell you to run "buildhtml.py .." after
the installation, which generates html files for every txt in the
passed-in directory and subdirectories.
What's so good about having a bunch of html scattered in several
directories? Is there any way in Python to make use of them via the
interpreter? Should one rather copy them to a separate folder for
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