On Ubuntu systems with the python-docutils package installed, commands like rst2html.py are available from a shell prompt using just rst2html. I've be marking up all the assignments I post on the GCTAA ICT website. This is both much faster than marking them up with straight html, and it provides me with an on-going opportunity to practice my reST skills.
The default style produces pages like this. It looks OK, but I want to be able to customize it. Here is what I did:
- cp /usr/share/pyshared/docutils/writers/html4css1/html4css1.css . (copied the default style sheet from where the python-docutils debain package for Ubuntu 8.04.02 (hardy) put it to my current working directory).
- mv html4css1.css rest_style.css
- rst2html --link-stylesheet --stylesheet-path rest_style.css index.rst index.html
What happened to Sphinx?ReplyDelete
My thought exactly: Sphinx.ReplyDelete