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rst2xetex: convert reST documents to XeLaTeX

NAME

rst2xetex - convert reST documents to XeLaTeX

SYNOPSIS

rst2xetex [options] [<source> [<destination>]]

DESCRIPTION

Generates LaTeX documents from standalone reStructuredText sources for compilation with the Unicode-aware TeX variants XeLaTeX or LuaLaTeX. Reads from <source> (default is stdin) and writes to <destination> (default is stdout). See <http://docutils.sourceforge.net/docs/user/latex.html> for the full reference.

OPTIONS

General Docutils Options

--title=TITLE
Specify the document title as metadata.
--generator, -g
Include a "Generated by Docutils" credit and link.
--no-generator
Do not include a generator credit.
--date, -d
Include the date at the end of the document (UTC).
--time, -t
Include the time & date (UTC).
--no-datestamp
Do not include a datestamp of any kind.
--source-link, -s
Include a "View document source" link.
--source-url=<URL>
Use <URL> for a source link; implies --source-link.
--no-source-link
Do not include a "View document source" link.
--toc-entry-backlinks
Link from section headers to TOC entries. (default)
--toc-top-backlinks
Link from section headers to the top of the TOC.
--no-toc-backlinks
Disable backlinks to the table of contents.
--footnote-backlinks
Link from footnotes/citations to references. (default)
--no-footnote-backlinks
Disable backlinks from footnotes and citations.
--section-numbering
Enable section numbering by Docutils. (default)
--no-section-numbering
Disable section numbering by Docutils.
--strip-comments
Remove comment elements from the document tree.
--leave-comments
Leave comment elements in the document tree. (default)
--strip-elements-with-class=<class>
Remove all elements with classes="<class>" from the document tree. Warning: potentially dangerous; use with caution. (Multiple-use option.)
--strip-class=<class>
Remove all classes="<class>" attributes from elements in the document tree. Warning: potentially dangerous; use with caution. (Multiple-use option.)
--report=<level>, -r <level>
Report system messages at or higher than <level>: "info" or "1", "warning"/"2" (default), "error"/"3", "severe"/"4", "none"/"5"
--verbose, -v
Report all system messages. (Same as "--report=1".)
--quiet, -q
Report no system messages. (Same as "--report=5".)
--halt=<level>
Halt execution at system messages at or above <level>. Levels as in --report. Default: 4 (severe).
--strict
Halt at the slightest problem. Same as "--halt=info".
--exit-status=<level>
Enable a non-zero exit status for non-halting system messages at or above <level>. Default: 5 (disabled).
--debug
Enable debug-level system messages and diagnostics.
--no-debug
Disable debug output. (default)
--warnings=<file>
Send the output of system messages to <file>.
--traceback
Enable Python tracebacks when Docutils is halted.
--no-traceback
Disable Python tracebacks. (default)
--input-encoding=<name[:handler]>, -i <name[:handler]>
Specify the encoding and optionally the error handler of input text. Default: <locale-dependent>:strict.
--input-encoding-error-handler=INPUT_ENCODING_ERROR_HANDLER
Specify the error handler for undecodable characters. Choices: "strict" (default), "ignore", and "replace".
--output-encoding=<name[:handler]>, -o <name[:handler]>
Specify the text encoding and optionally the error handler for output. Default: UTF-8:strict.
--output-encoding-error-handler=OUTPUT_ENCODING_ERROR_HANDLER
Specify error handler for unencodable output characters; "strict" (default), "ignore", "replace", "xmlcharrefreplace", "backslashreplace".
--error-encoding=<name[:handler]>, -e <name[:handler]>
Specify text encoding and error handler for error output. Default text encoding: system encoding. Default error handler: backslashreplace.
--error-encoding-error-handler=ERROR_ENCODING_ERROR_HANDLER
Specify the error handler for unencodable characters in error output. Default: backslashreplace.
--language=<name>, -l <name>
Specify the language (as BCP 47 language tag). Default: en.
--record-dependencies=<file>
Write output file dependencies to <file>.
--config=<file>
Read configuration settings from <file>, if it exists.
--version, -V
Show this program's version number and exit.
--help, -h
Show this help message and exit.

reStructuredText Parser Options

--pep-references
Recognize and link to standalone PEP references (like "PEP 258").
--pep-base-url=<URL>
Base URL for PEP references (default "http://www.python.org/dev/peps/").
--pep-file-url-template=<URL>
Template for PEP file part of URL. (default "pep-%04d")
--rfc-references
Recognize and link to standalone RFC references (like "RFC 822").
--rfc-base-url=<URL>
Base URL for RFC references (default "http://tools.ietf.org/html/").
--tab-width=<width>
Set number of spaces for tab expansion (default 8).
--trim-footnote-reference-space
Remove spaces before footnote references.
--leave-footnote-reference-space
Leave spaces before footnote references.
--no-file-insertion
Disable directives that insert the contents of external file ("include" & "raw"); replaced with a "warning" system message.
--file-insertion-enabled
Enable directives that insert the contents of external file ("include" & "raw"). Enabled by default.
--no-raw
Disable the "raw" directives; replaced with a "warning" system message.
--raw-enabled
Enable the "raw" directive. Enabled by default.
--syntax-highlight=<format>
Token name set for parsing code with Pygments: one of "long", "short", or "none (no parsing)". Default is "long".
--smart-quotes=<yes/no/alt>
Change straight quotation marks to typographic form: one of "yes", "no", "alt[ernative]" (default "no").
--smartquotes-locales=<language:quotes[,language:quotes,...]>
Characters to use as "smart quotes" for <language>.
--word-level-inline-markup
Inline markup recognized at word boundaries only (adjacent to punctuation or whitespace). Force character-level inline markup recognition with "" (backslash + space). Default.
--character-level-inline-markup
Inline markup recognized anywhere, regardless of surrounding characters. Backslash-escapes must be used to avoid unwanted markup recognition. Useful for East Asian languages. Experimental.

Standalone Reader

--no-doc-title
Disable the promotion of a lone top-level section title to document title (and subsequent section title to document subtitle promotion; enabled by default).
--no-doc-info
Disable the bibliographic field list transform (enabled by default).
--section-subtitles
Activate the promotion of lone subsection titles to section subtitles (disabled by default).
--no-section-subtitles
Deactivate the promotion of lone subsection titles.

LaTeX-Specific Options

--documentclass=DOCUMENTCLASS
Specify LaTeX documentclass. Default: "article".
--documentoptions=DOCUMENTOPTIONS
Specify document options. Multiple options can be given, separated by commas. Default: "a4paper".
--footnote-references=<format>
Format for footnote references: one of "superscript" or "brackets". Default: "superscript".
--use-latex-citations
Use cite command for citations. (future default)
--figure-citations
Use figure floats for citations (might get mixed with real figures). (current default)
--attribution=<format>
Format for block quote attributions: one of "dash" (em-dash prefix), "parentheses"/"parens", or "none". Default: "dash".
--stylesheet=<file[,file,...]>
Specify LaTeX packages/stylesheets. A style is referenced with "usepackage" if extension is ".sty" or omitted and with "input" else. Overrides previous --stylesheet and --stylesheet-path settings.
--stylesheet-path=<file[,file,...]>
Comma separated list of LaTeX packages/stylesheets. Relative paths are expanded if a matching file is found in the --stylesheet-dirs. With --link- stylesheet, the path is rewritten relative to the output
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--link-stylesheet
Link to the stylesheet(s) in the output file. (default)
--embed-stylesheet
Embed the stylesheet(s) in the output file. Stylesheets must be accessible during processing.
--stylesheet-dirs=<dir[,dir,...]>
Comma-separated list of directories where stylesheets are found. Used by --stylesheet-path when expanding relative path arguments. Default: ".".
--latex-preamble=LATEX_PREAMBLE
Customization by LaTeX code in the preamble. Default: select "Linux Libertine" fonts.
--template=<file>
Template file. Default: "xelatex.tex".
--use-latex-toc
Table of contents by LaTeX. (default)
--use-docutils-toc
Table of contents by Docutils (without page numbers).
--use-part-section
Add parts on top of the section hierarchy.
--use-docutils-docinfo
Attach author and date to the document info table. (default)
--use-latex-docinfo
Attach author and date to the document title.
--topic-abstract
Typeset abstract as topic. (default)
--use-latex-abstract
Use LaTeX abstract environment for the document's abstract.
--hyperlink-color=HYPERLINK_COLOR
Color of any hyperlinks embedded in text. Default: "blue" (use "false" to disable).
--hyperref-options=HYPERREF_OPTIONS
Additional options to the "hyperref" package.
--compound-enumerators
Enable compound enumerators for nested enumerated lists (e.g. "1.2.a.ii").
--no-compound-enumerators
Disable compound enumerators for nested enumerated lists. (default)
--section-prefix-for-enumerators
Enable section ("." subsection ...) prefixes for compound enumerators. This has no effect without --compound-enumerators.
--no-section-prefix-for-enumerators
Disable section prefixes for compound enumerators. (default)
--section-enumerator-separator=<char>
Set the separator between section number and enumerator for compound enumerated lists. Default: "-".
--literal-block-env=LITERAL_BLOCK_ENV
When possible, use the specified environment for literal-blocks. Default: "" (fall back to "alltt").
--use-verbatim-when-possible
When possible, use "verbatim" for literal-blocks. Compatibility alias for "--literal-block- env=verbatim".
--table-style=<format>
Table style. "standard" with horizontal and vertical lines, "booktabs" (LaTeX booktabs style) only horizontal lines above and below the table and below the header, or "borderless". Default: "standard"
--graphicx-option=GRAPHICX_OPTION
LaTeX graphicx package option. Possible values are "dvips", "pdftex". "auto" includes LaTeX code to use "pdftex" if processing with pdf(la)tex and dvips otherwise. Default: "".
--reference-label=REFERENCE_LABEL
Per default the latex-writer puts the reference title into hyperreferences. Specify "ref*" or "pageref*" to get the section number or the page number.
--use-bibtex=USE_BIBTEX
Specify style and database for bibtex, for example "-- use-bibtex=mystyle,mydb1,mydb2".
--docutils-footnotes
Footnotes with numbers/symbols by Docutils. (default) (The alternative, --latex-footnotes, is not implemented yet.)