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A bit more work in rst2pdf

A bit of time to­day, too:

  • Start­ed look­ing at is­­sue re­­port­ed by msouli­er (not re­pro­­duced yet)

  • Im­­ple­­men­t­ed im­prove­­ment re­quest­ed in Is­­sue 111 in r520 (in­­clud­ing docs and sam­­ple con­­fig file). Now it needs to be ver­i­­fied by ad­k2012

  • Ver­i­­fied Is­­sue 106 is­n't hap­pen­ing any­­more and closed it.

  • Closed Is­­sue 76 as Won­t­­Fix be­­cause I am not keep­­ing RL2.1 in­­stalled :-(

  • Closed Is­­sue 99 be­­cause it's fixed in wor­­daxe 0.3.2

UP­DATE: The changel­og in SVN is get­ting more than long enough to de­serve a new re­lease!

rst2pdf bugfixes

Af­ter an aw­ful­ly long time, I set aside one hour for cod­ing, and spent it on bug­fix­ing for rst2pdf.

  • Fixed Is­­sue 112 with r513

  • Fixed Is­­sue 107 with r516

  • Start­ed im­­ple­­men­t­ing Is­­sue 111

Not much work (the fix­es were very sim­ple) but at least I am do­ing some­thing. Im­por­tant since some peo­ple ac­tu­al­ly use this pro­gram ;-)

Personal Injuries (Kindle County Legal Thriller #5)

Review:

Some nov­els are all ac­tion and no char­ac­ter build­ing. Scott Tur­ow's nov­els tend to be all char­ac­ter build­ing which works as ac­tion.

The whole "there is no bot­tom with this guy" thing, the bot­tom it­self, the manda­to­ry twist, are all well done, the writ­ing is strange, spe­cial­ly the point of view used (a seem­ing­ly om­ni­scient mi­nor char­ac­ter?), but all is for­giv­en.


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