Hi Stefan,

Thank you so much for your reply!


To me in reStructuredText this makes little sense. Apart from that a
simple C-= creates the desired header given there is something in the
line. IMHO this is fine.

Thanks for this. I have been using C-c C-a for this, and I think C-= is more convenient (and makes sense).
 

> I think it would be great to have
> this functionality in rst-mode (especially for the list).

In fact it is already there: Try `rst-insert-list' normally bound to
C-c C-l C-i.


This does sound like something I want, but strangely I don't see `rst-insert-list` in my command list when I do `M-x rst- ` completion. Is this a newly introduced command? `
Hi Stefan,

Thank you so much for your reply!


To me in reStructuredText this makes little sense. Apart from that a
simple C-= creates the desired header given there is something in the
line. IMHO this is fine.

Thanks for this. I have been using C-c C-a for this, and I think C-= is more convenient (and makes sense).
 

> I think it would be great to have
> this functionality in rst-mode (especially for the list).

In fact it is already there: Try `rst-insert-list' normally bound to
C-c C-l C-i.


This does sound like something I want, but strangely I don't see `rst-insert-list` in my command list when I do `M-x rst- ` completion. Is this a newly introduced command? `rst-bullet-list-region` is the only command which looks related.

Best,
Joon



Best,
Joon