Guenter Milde | 1 Apr 13:50 2011
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Re: bug introduced into LaTeX writers?

On 2011-03-31, Alan G Isaac wrote:
> On 3/31/2011 4:28 AM, Guenter Milde wrote:
>> The output used some 8-bit encoding instead of UTF8. I thought UTF-8
>> was the default. Does it help if you add `` --output-encoding=UTF-8``
>> to the cmd_str?

> Not really. (See below.)

Could you try the new version on SVN?
I believe the error was the decoding of the output (as Docutils uses
utf8, the test must not use the argv_encoding).
I also test only the first line now, to avoid line-ending problems.

If this still fails, lets check whether the test found a bug or returns
just a false positive:

If, on a command line under Window, you call rst2html.py with the command
line option --title=Dornröschen (or some other title containing a
non-ASCII char), does the title appear right in the HTML output? 

Thanks for your patience,

Günter

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Alan G Isaac | 1 Apr 14:06 2011
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Re: bug introduced into LaTeX writers?

On 4/1/2011 7:50 AM, Guenter Milde wrote:
> If, on a command line under Window, you call rst2html.py with the command
> line option --title=Dornröschen (or some other title containing a
> non-ASCII char), does the title appear right in the HTML output?

Yes.
And all tests pass.

Alan

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Guenter Milde | 2 Apr 22:34 2011
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Re: bug introduced into LaTeX writers?

On 2011-04-01, Alan G Isaac wrote:
> On 4/1/2011 7:50 AM, Guenter Milde wrote:
>> If, on a command line under Window, you call rst2html.py with the command
>> line option --title=Dornröschen (or some other title containing a
>> non-ASCII char), does the title appear right in the HTML output?

> Yes.
> And all tests pass.

Fine. Thanks again,

Günter

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Alan G Isaac | 5 Apr 17:57 2011
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math

I should begin by saying that I *love* the new math support
(i.e., the math directive and role).

That said, I have encountered a couple limitations of the
MathML support.

Which caused me to wonder: would MathJax be perhaps a possible
dependency for math support in HTML documents, at least as
an option?  (Note that this would remove the need for docutils
to translate the LaTeX input.)

Just thinking out loud ...

Alan Isaac

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Guenter Milde | 6 Apr 10:40 2011
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Re: math

On 2011-04-05, Alan G Isaac wrote:
> I should begin by saying that I *love* the new math support
> (i.e., the math directive and role).

> That said, I have encountered a couple limitations of the
> MathML support.

Yes, MathML export currently works only for a very limited subset of
valid LaTeX math.

Did you try the HTML output option?

> Which caused me to wonder: would MathJax be perhaps a possible
> dependency for math support in HTML documents, at least as
> an option?  (Note that this would remove the need for docutils
> to translate the LaTeX input.)

This is on the `TODO list`__.

Günter 

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Alan G Isaac | 6 Apr 14:36 2011
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Re: math

On 4/6/2011 4:40 AM, Guenter Milde wrote:
> This [MathJax] is on the `TODO list`__.

Fabulous!

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Alan G Isaac | 6 Apr 14:37 2011
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Re: math

On 4/6/2011 4:40 AM, Guenter Milde wrote:
> Yes, MathML export currently works only for a very limited subset of
> valid LaTeX math.
>
> Did you try the HTML output option?

No.  I wanted the MathML, and I was able to work around
the limitations.

But thanks,
Alan

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Alan G Isaac | 7 Apr 18:18 2011
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GSoC

Am I right that docutils is not participating in GSoC this year?

Alan Isaac

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David Goodger | 7 Apr 22:15 2011

Re: GSoC

On Thu, Apr 7, 2011 at 12:18, Alan G Isaac <alan.isaac <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> Am I right that docutils is not participating in GSoC this year?

AFAIK, correct.

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Alan G Isaac | 8 Apr 02:24 2011
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detect recursive include?

In file ``test.rst`` I accidentally included ``test.rst`` (instead of ``test.b4t``).
It would be nice if such stupidity on my part could raise an exception.

Thanks,
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