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reStructuredText, often in files with extension .rst, is a markup format used extensively for generating documentation for Linux utilties. Use this tag for questions that specifically address issues with .rst files.

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generate a hyperlinked table of contents and insert into existing PDF

I have an existing PDF (without any corresponding source file), and a text file which is a list of items referencing sections within the PDF file, along with a page number for each item. I would like ...
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The best Linux Open-source wiki with native support for Windows (NTLM) authentication [closed]

I need to set up a wiki for our engineering group; we are part of an Enterprise-wide Windows Active Directory domain. Most of the corporate IT applications use NTLM to authenticate (automatically via ...
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updating rst2pdf leads to pip uninstall

I had some problem generating PDF files from reStructuredText, which I thought I could solve with updating rst2pdf. I got a Permission denied error when I did pip install -U rst2pdf OSError: [...
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Sphinx: Generate one TOC per .rst

I am trying to convert GNU Parallel's (boring) POD-html to Sphinx. I use this index.rst: .. SPDX-FileCopyrightText: 2021 Ole Tange, and Free Software and Foundation, Inc. .. .. ...
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PDF output with correct spaces in code examples

I have been using rst2pdf and pandoc to convert the following reStructuredText into PDF: This is a python example:: def main(): print("Hello World!") if __name__ == '__main__': main(...
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