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From: Stefan Merten <smerten@oe...> - 2009-04-02 16:24:32
I'm putting this to the [Docutils-develop] also because it really
belongs there. I think we should continue there.
Last week (7 days ago) Ryan Krauss wrote:
> I have been working on modifying the rst2beamer script I found here:
I've never seen this and was even not aware that it exists.
I wrote the same thing recently and you can find it in the repository
> I would like to add support for sections and subsections. The trick is that
> the current version uses sections of level 0 as the titles of the slides.
> This makes sense and is compatible with rst2s5. It also makes creating
> short presentations very intuitive (in my opinion). The problem is that
> creating long presentations where you want to specify sections and
> subsections becomes tricky. This is an important feature that Beamer
> handles very well.
Yes. And this was exactly the reason why I wanted a writer for LaTeX
Beamer. I guess with my writer you will be probably closer to what you
are looking for. Though it is still in the very beginning it can do
nice Beamer slides already.
> Is this the right approach?
I'm not one of the Docutils core hackers but it doesn't look right to
me. AFAICS it also has the additional bad effect that the source file
is tied to this writer because other writers don't know this
directive. That is something I tried to prevent.