McEahern, Mark | 3 Nov 17:04 2003
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strikeout

Does reStructuredText support some sort of markup for:

  <strike>This should appear with a line through it.</strike>

I realize I can always just use the raw directive for something like this,
but I'm hoping that's not the only alternative since that would make it
awkward to have that markup inline.

Thanks,

// m

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David Goodger | 4 Nov 03:57 2003

Re: strikeout

McEahern, Mark wrote:
 > Does reStructuredText support some sort of markup for:
 >
 >   <strike>This should appear with a line through it.</strike>

There's no direct syntax support for "strikeout".  Interpreted text is
reStructuredText's inline markup extension mechanism, so something
like this would be how that would look marked up::

     `This should appear with a line through it.`:strikeout:

Instead of ":strikeout:" a role of ":strike:" or ":so:" may be
implemented, or a user-defined alias used, or even no role at all if
"strikeout" is defined as the default interpreted text role.

Interpreted text has not been completely implemented yet though.  See
<http://docutils.sf.net/spec/rst/reStructuredText.html#interpreted-text>
for the definition and
<http://docutils.sf.net/spec/notes.html#interpreted-text> for
elaboration and a list of ideas for possible implementation.

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Pierre-Yves Delens | 4 Nov 09:56 2003
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RE: Docutils-users digest, Vol 1 #246 - 3 msgs

Bonjour,

it is a couple of weeks now I get spammed items within the Docutils digest.
See below

Where is the intrusion point ,
At Docutils side ?

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David Goodger | 5 Nov 03:37 2003

Re: RE: Docutils-users digest, Vol 1 #246 - 3 msgs

Pierre-Yves Delens wrote:
> it is a couple of weeks now I get spammed items within the
> Docutils digest. See below
> 
> Where is the intrusion point ,
> At Docutils side ?

Some spammer is sending spam to our mailing list.  SourceForge
uses SpamAssassin anti-spam software, but it doesn't do a perfect
job.  Welcome to the Internet :-(.

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Tom von Schwerdtner | 5 Nov 05:27 2003

text writer (I know it sounds dumb)

Rationale::

  While raw reST is far easier to read (IMHO) than many other st's, it
  still has some oddities that could/would confuse the unprepared reader.
  In my case, I want to use reST to prepare letters, emails and faxes from
  the same source (that basically means PDF, HTML and text output).
  Cleaning up the text is important because when it comes to email, the
  recipient may want to receive either HTML or plain text.

So, anyone written one? (I havent even looked at the code, just thought
I'd ask before I started coding)

Regards,
Tom

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Stephan Deibel | 6 Nov 05:51 2003

text writer (I know it sounds dumb)

From: Tom von Schwerdtner <tvon <at> etria.com>
> Rationale::
> 
>   While raw reST is far easier to read (IMHO) than many other st's, it
>   still has some oddities that could/would confuse the unprepared reader.
>   In my case, I want to use reST to prepare letters, emails and faxes from
>   the same source (that basically means PDF, HTML and text output).
>   Cleaning up the text is important because when it comes to email, the
>   recipient may want to receive either HTML or plain text.
> 
> So, anyone written one? (I havent even looked at the code, just thought
> I'd ask before I started coding)

I've got a start at one:

ftp://wingide.com/pub/rest

Turn on ascii_fluff to get added ascii formatting.  Without that option,
it's designed to give you ascii + a list of links/markup information
that is suitable to feed into a rich text display widget.

Note that I've not been using the ascii fluff option lately so there may
be some problems.  Some things (like tables) are also unimplemented.

Let me know if you have any questions.  You're welcome to use any or all
of the code as you wish.

Stephan Deibel

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David Goodger | 6 Nov 15:48 2003

Re: text writer (I know it sounds dumb)

It doesn't sound dumb at all!  Others have asked if such a writer
exists, and I can think of several uses if it did.  I hope
Stephan's code helps, and please feel free to ask questions
if/when something is unclear with the Docutils code (probably
better on the docutils-develop list).

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David Abrahams | 7 Nov 02:50 2003
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amusing bug


Try processing the following

---schnipp---

Choice #1 is pretty, but it has the same coupling problem we
mentioned earlier when discussing named parameter interfaces: the
result of every |state-event| expression would have to 

.. |state-event|    parsed-literal:: 
      *state*\ [*event*\ ]

--- schnapp ---

fu.rst:10: (ERROR/3) Unknown directive type "arsed-literal".

Hmmm...

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David Goodger | 7 Nov 15:54 2003

Re: amusing bug

David Abrahams wrote:
> Try processing the following
...
> .. |state-event|    parsed-literal:: 
>       *state*\ [*event*\ ]
...
> fu.rst:10: (ERROR/3) Unknown directive type "arsed-literal".

It was an off-by-1 error triggered by the extra space after
the "::".  Fixed in CVS & snapshot:
<http://docutils.sf.net/docutils-snapshot.tgz>.

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Pierre-Yves Delens | 10 Nov 18:32 2003
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Settings for DocFactory Project

Bonjour,

I failed to find good explanation on these 2 settings :
- TOC BackLinks
- TimeStamp

Can someone help ?

Thanks on forward

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