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Please add rst2html5 to standard Docutils distribution #20

pcav opened this Issue Jan 28, 2013 · 8 comments


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pcav commented Jan 28, 2013

The policies at http://docutils.sourceforge.net/docs/dev/policies.html
describe several "stages of association": inclusion in the Docutils core,
the Sandbox and parallel projects. Besides this, there are several
related but independent projects listed in


marianoguerra commented Jan 28, 2013

can you help me on this?

the project still needs some improvements, mainly issue #16 and check for some hacks (the project started as a hack to make a presentation and not to write it in html :)


marianoguerra commented Mar 22, 2013

@pcav if you think with the latest fixes is good enough we can start working on integrating this in docutils

pcav commented Mar 28, 2013

Main issue is text wrapping and image placement, but this can be fixed later - having it in stadard docutils will help debugging it, perhaps having more contribs


marianoguerra commented Mar 28, 2013

until now I haven't implemented any kind of placing directive, my first idea was to do all the styling in css since depending on which post processor you use the placement will differ, but I can start working at some point to add support for those directives, can you provide me with an example with the directives you tend to use so I start with those?

pcav commented Mar 29, 2013


.. image:: images/qgis_logo.png
:width: 100 px
:align: left

.. class:: center
.. class:: incremental
.. class:: tiny

Thanks a lot.


russkel commented Jul 10, 2013

There are no non-std lib dependencies which is a good thing.

How ever you will need a comprehensive test suite before they'll accept it, I'll bet.

pcav commented Dec 8, 2014

Now that we have standard pip packages, IMHO this can be closed. Thanks.


marianoguerra commented Dec 8, 2014

ok :)

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