From: <milde@us...>  20090429 07:05:48

Author: milde Date: 20090429 09:05:39 +0200 (Wed, 29 Apr 2009) New Revision: 5928 Modified: trunk/docutils/test/functional/input/data/latex.txt Log: Correctly describe the reason for the multirowLaTeX problem (from docutilsdevel post by D. G.). Modified: trunk/docutils/test/functional/input/data/latex.txt ===================================================================  trunk/docutils/test/functional/input/data/latex.txt 20090428 08:06:15 UTC (rev 5927) +++ trunk/docutils/test/functional/input/data/latex.txt 20090429 07:05:39 UTC (rev 5928) @@ 204,17 +204,21 @@ Rowspanning tables  Several rowspanning cells in a table. +Several rowspanning cells in a table. .. Problem:  In LaTeX, if there are multirow cells, the "overwritten" cells need to be  defined as empty cells. + In the LaTeX `multicol` package, if there are multirow cells, the + "overwritten" cells need to be defined as empty cells.  However, visit_entry() is only called for the remaining cells, as HTML  expects only remaining cells. So the LaTeX writer needs bookkeeping  to write out the required number of extra '&'s. + Docutils (similarily to HTML) uses is the "Exchange Table Model" (also + known as CALS tables, see docs/ref/soextblx.dtd) which defines only the + remaining cells in a row "affected" by multirow cells. + Therefore, visit_entry() is only called for the remaining cells and the + LaTeX writer needs bookkeeping to write out the required number of extra + '&'s. + .. class:: standard +++++ @@ 244,5 +248,3 @@ ++ ++  cell 13   cell 43  ++++   