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who to thank for the new RST doc format?

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mh
I am really loving the output, and have started using RST for some
of my own docs as well.

It's wonderful and I know it was a lot of work on somebody's part
to think it through and make the changes.

If it was you, Many Thanks!!!

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Mark Harrison
Pixar Animation Studios
Nov 18 '08 #1
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On 18 Nov, 08:46, m...@pixar.com wrote:
I am really loving the output, and have started using RST for some
of my own docs as well.

It's wonderful and I know it was a lot of work on somebody's part
to think it through and make the changes.

If it was you, Many Thanks!!!
It *is* good, isn't it? Direct your thanks at the creator of Sphinx
(http://sphinx.pocoo.org).
Nov 18 '08 #2

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Glenn Hutchings wrote:
On 18 Nov, 08:46, m...@pixar.com wrote:
>I am really loving the output, and have started using RST for some
of my own docs as well.

It's wonderful and I know it was a lot of work on somebody's part
to think it through and make the changes.

If it was you, Many Thanks!!!

It *is* good, isn't it? Direct your thanks at the creator of Sphinx
(http://sphinx.pocoo.org).
David Goodget was the champion of RST itself.
http://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0287/
Georg Brandl pushed its use for Python docs with Sphinx.
Benjamin Peterson has done many of the actual changes, often within a
day after a suggestion is posted.

Nov 18 '08 #3

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