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bug#6531: patch for rst.el updated (patch format revised)

From: Wei-Wei Guo
Subject: bug#6531: patch for rst.el updated (patch format revised)
Date: Fri, 13 Apr 2012 14:40:45 +0800

在 2012-04-12四的 23:13 -0400,Martin Blais写道:
> On Thu, Apr 12, 2012, at 16:30, Stefan Monnier wrote:
> > > The update including:
> >
> > > - Insert bullet list by 'M-Enter'.
> > > - Insert number list "#." by 'M-Enter' with any prefix.
> > > - Insert number list of a specific number of various styles by 'M-Enter" 
> > > with a number prefix.
> > > - Insert directive by 'C-c C-d'.
> > > - Insert directive option by 'C-c C-o'.
> > > - Remove the dependency on a2r.el. Now all the patched codes are from 
> > > mine.
> >
> > > Hope it's helpful.
> >
> > I'd like to hear the opinion of rst.el's maintainers as well.
> Holy smoke, is this a patch from 2008? Major lag in the reviewers!
> Where is the link?
> Is this the one?
> http://debbugs.gnu.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=1610
> I had a very quick look at this patch--it looks fine to me (other than
> the overuse of mutable locals/setq).
> About the features: I personally care little about bullet insertion
> functions, I find inserting them manually is good enough, but it
> doesn't hurt to have them there, and others might really like them, so
> I would merge it in. Thanks WeiWei! :-)

It's a very old patch and Stefan Merten has a new version of rst.el.
Here is the link of the new rst.el which already merged part of the


Stefan's codes are much better than mine, so it better to merge the new
rst.el instead of my old patch. 

I sent a email to you with another two extensions of rst.el days ago,
which are rst-directive.el and rst-links.el. If you think those codes
are fine, they can be merged into the rst.el too. I recommend the
rst-directive.el, which I use in my daily work and saves me lots of

Hope my terrible coding style isn't taking you too much trouble. 

Best wishes,

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