Docutils is a modular system for processing documentation into useful formats, such as HTML, XML, and LaTeX. For input, it supports reStructuredText, an easy-to-read, what-you-see-is-what-you-get plain-text markup syntax.
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Release Notes: Docutils 0.9.x is the last version supporting Python 2.3. This version has added 3.3, and has math enhancements. It fixes import of local writer, reader, languages, and parsers for Python 2.7 and up. Enhanced error handling, math, and syntax highlighting.
Release Notes: This release fixes bug 3527842: under Python 3, converted tests and tools were installed in the PYTHONPATH.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release.
Release Notes: Two new writers were added for ODT and manpage. Python 2.2 is no longer supported. Release 0.6 is compatible with Python versions from 2.3 up to 2.6 and convertible to 3.1 code. The LaTeX2e writer sports templates now and is the most actively developed part. There might be some suprises due to new defaults. The HTML writer supports a comma separated list of stylesheets.
Release Notes: Python2.1 support was dropped, as were Netscape 0.4 compromises in the HTML writer. Citation support and literal-block parametrization were enhanced for the LaTeX2e writer. The PEP writer supports the new python.org website structure and pep2pyramid.py. A new OO API was provided for directives. Hebrew (and possibly other language) mappings were added. Configuration files are now assumed and required to be UTF-8-encoded. Some templates and enhanced Emacs support were provided.