On Thursday 28 August 2008 10:09:11 you wrote:
> On Wed, Aug 27, 2008 at 20:41, Roberto Alsina
> <ralsina@...> wrote:
> > Just curious: anyone has any large or complex ReST files with no private
> > information?
> > I would like to use something real-world to test some code.
> For complex, use docs/user/rst/demo.txt
It's what I had been using. AFAICS, rst2pdf has one bug in tables, and I'm not
getting the errors into the document, but only in the terminal
Since rst2latex can't even render it, I'm feeling good about it.
>For large, try docs/ref/doctree.txt
Exactly what I need to see if performance was terrible!
[ralsina@... ref]$ time rst2html.py doctree.txt doctree.html
[ralsina@... ref]$ time rst2pdf doctree.txt
It is, but not terrible enough to worry yet.
It seems to be rendering correctly, too.
> My DVD collection page is also pretty big
> http://python.net/~goodger/personal/dvds.txt) ;-).
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