Released rst2pdf 0.10!
After 8 months (!) it's finally out: rst2pdf 0.10 ready for downloading from its homepage.
If you don't know what I'm talking about, rst2pdf lets you create PDF files from a simple, very lightly marked pure text format called restructured text and is the easiest way to create nice documentation for your free software project and more!
Here is the manual which is created using rst2pdf itself from this.
And here's a (maybe partial) list of the changes, which should convince you that you really want this version:
Issue 87: Table headers can be repeated in each page (thanks to Yasushi Masuda)
Issue 93: Line number support for code blocks (:linenos: true)
Issue 111: Added --no-footnote-backlinks option
Issue 107: Support localized directives/roles (example: sommaire instead of contents)
Issue 112: Fixed crash when processing empty list items
Issue 98: Nobreak support, and set as default for inline-literals so they don't hyphenate.
Slightly better tests
Background colors in text styles work with reportlab 2.3
Issue 99: Fixed hyphenation in headers/footers (requires wordaxe 0.3.2)
Issue 106: Crash on demo.txt fixed (requires wordxe 0.3.2)
Issue 102: Implemented styles for bulleted and numbered lists
Issue 38: Default headers/footers via options, config file or stylesheet
Issue 88: Implemented much better book-style TOCs
Issue 100: Fixed bug with headers/footers and Reportlab 2.3
Issue 95: Fixed bug with indented tables
Issue 89: Implemented --version
Issue 84: Fixed bug with relative include paths
Issue 85: Fixed bug with table cell styles
Issue 83: Fixed bug with numeric colors in backColor attribute
Issue 44: Support for stdin and stdout
Issue 79: Added --stylesheet-path option
Issue 80: Send warnings to stderr, not stdout
Issue 66: Implemented "smart quotes"
Issue 77: Work around missing matplotlib
Proper translation of labels (such as "Author", "Version" etc.) using the docutils languages package. (r473)
Fixed problems with wrong or non-existing fonts. (r484)
Page transition effect support for presentations (r423)