Thanks for the info. Please excuse the delay in my reply.
I understand the process that you outlined. Thanks for describiing it in
much clearer terms.
I am choosing to go a different route with this project (which I will
However, to do xslt on windows (since we are already using python), simply
use a script like:
and and xsl file of your choice. Such as:
the libxml2 and libxslt bindings for windows can be found here:
the libxml2 and libxslt executables and instructions for installing on
Windows can be found here:
> From: Paul Tremblay wrote:
> I use my own XSL stylesheet to convert to latex, so on my linux system I
> rst2xml.py | xltproc rst2latex.xsl > out.tex; latex out.tex
> I don't know how you do the equivelent on a Windows system, but you
> shouldn't need all the steps you take.
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