kib2 | 1 Sep 14:23 2007
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Re: Need some tester for reSTinPeace

Nicola Larosa a écrit :

> http://www.webdav.org/cadaver/
> 
> What's next, "Graveyard"?
> 

Good suggestion...:)

> Sometimes I wonder what it is with some of us...
> 

A new version has been uploaded.
Cheers,

Kib.

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Wojciech Mula | 7 Sep 11:36 2007
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Setting name of section

Hi!

ReST transforms section's title into attribute 'name', 
I want to set another name (shorter and clear).  Is
it possible?

w.

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David Goodger | 7 Sep 20:32 2007

Re: Setting name of section

On 07/09/2007, Wojciech Mula <wojciech_mula <at> poczta.onet.pl> wrote:
> ReST transforms section's title into attribute 'name',
> I want to set another name (shorter and clear).  Is
> it possible?

It's not possible to replace the name, but it is possible to add another name:

    .. _name:

    Long Section Title
    ==================

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Chris G | 18 Sep 23:26 2007
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Any Twiki to reST convertors out there?

I have a lot of notes stored in Twiki markup that I'd like to convert
to reStructured Text.  Does anyone know of any good conversion tools
that will help at all?

I tried a quick Google search but didn't come up with anything
obvious.

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John Gabriele | 19 Sep 00:51 2007
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Re: Any Twiki to reST convertors out there?

On 9/18/07, Chris G <cl <at> isbd.net> wrote:
> I have a lot of notes stored in Twiki markup that I'd like to convert
> to reStructured Text.  Does anyone know of any good conversion tools
> that will help at all?
>
> I tried a quick Google search but didn't come up with anything
> obvious.

Hi Chris,

You might try finding a way to get twiki to export all your files as
html, and then use an html-to-reST tool. Here's one I see located in
the docutils sandbox:

http://docutils.sourceforge.net/sandbox/xhtml2rest/

---John

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Chris G | 19 Sep 09:36 2007
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Re: Any Twiki to reST convertors out there?

On Tue, Sep 18, 2007 at 06:51:59PM -0400, John Gabriele wrote:
> On 9/18/07, Chris G <cl <at> isbd.net> wrote:
> > I have a lot of notes stored in Twiki markup that I'd like to convert
> > to reStructured Text.  Does anyone know of any good conversion tools
> > that will help at all?
> >
> > I tried a quick Google search but didn't come up with anything
> > obvious.
> 
> Hi Chris,
> 
> You might try finding a way to get twiki to export all your files as
> html, and then use an html-to-reST tool. Here's one I see located in
> the docutils sandbox:
> 
> http://docutils.sourceforge.net/sandbox/xhtml2rest/
> 
That's an idea, thanks.  It's actually more on a page by page basis as
I migrate the information.  Some pages I can simply copy and paste the
text because there's little structure but there are occasional pages
where being able to migrate headings, lists, etc. would save some
time.

I can simply use the browser's 'view source' to get the HTML from Twiki
and then use the utility you suggest.

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John MacFarlane | 30 Sep 21:59 2007
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pandoc and html2x

I've put together two small web apps to demonstrate pandoc
(http://johnmacfarlane.net/pandoc). I thought they might be of some
interest to readers of this list, since pandoc supports conversion to
and from a subset of reST.

1. html2x (http://johnmacfarlane.net/pandoc/html2x.html) can convert
most web pages to markdown, reST, DocBook, LaTeX, ConTeXt, RTF, or groff
man. Bookmarklets are provided.

2. Try Pandoc! (http://johnmacfarlane.net/pandoc/try) allows you to
experiment with pandoc without going to the trouble of installing it on
your system. Using pandoc, you can convert reST documents to markdown,
DocBook, LaTeX, ConTeXt, RTF, HTML, S5, and groff man. You can also
convert markdown, LaTeX, and HTML to reST, and you can prettyprint reST
by converting reST to reST. Note that only a subset of reST syntax is
currently supported:

- title, author, and date
- headers
- code blocks
- block quotes
- images
- horizontal rules
- ordered and enumerated lists
- field lists
- line blocks (reader only)
- raw HTML and LaTeX
- links
- strong and regular emphasis
- inline literals
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