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!
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)