julien.ponge at gmail.com
Tue May 8 18:00:05 CEST 2007
> I don't know Python (always willing to learn and help though...) but If you
> say so... I trust you :)
That's a nice language, but you won't have to learn much anyway. The
other stupid option is to simply concatenate the files (even from
ant) then run rst2<whateveryouwant> :-)
> Ok, I think that if we can make the Python (or anything else) script
> dynamically ran from Ant during compilation that would be perfect.
We can launch it like any other external script.
> One other point (but I think you already answered it): Is the HTML Generated
> XHTML Strict Valid ? Having to parse it after generation to clean it up
> would be a bit of pain.
Yes it is valid ;-)
> My point of view is that we should go for it as long as it matches the
> requirements mentioned above and of course if our dev team/community is up
> for it.
Ok, so let's wait for further comments!
Thanks for your help ;-)
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