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Java ReStructuredText

Java ReStructuredText is a parser and converter. It can parse ReStructuredText and generate XHTML, xdoc, and DocBook, or you can use your own XSL file.

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  •  19 Dec 2011 16:38

    Release Notes: This release fixed bad link generation and non-parsing of admonitions and the option argument.

    •  18 Aug 2011 13:44

      Release Notes: This version brings new features such as taking inline images into account. Bugs were also fixed. For example, the verbatim blocks are now well generated, and literal blocks in lists are now taken into account.

      •  09 Feb 2011 08:56

        Release Notes: Docbook-xsl and Apache FOP versions (along with other dependencies) have been updated. Bugs were fixed regarding special characters, different platforms' end-of-line characters, an infinite loop, no link rendered when using an HTTPS URL, embedded URI link syntax not being taken into account, and an empty table of contents not being generated.

        •  22 Apr 2010 14:18

          Release Notes: This release fixes some bugs such as a regression on meta-data generation. The site was made to work in multi-module. A comment can now be used before the main title. The versions of the dependencies were updated.

          •  26 Feb 2010 10:26

            Release Notes: The doxia module (which was added in the 1.0.0 release) has been updated to be compatible with maven-site-plugin-2.1. Many RST parsing bugs were fixed.

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