reStructuredText Cheat Sheet

From: David Goodger (
Date: 06/01/04

Date: Tue, 01 Jun 2004 08:29:28 -0400

I whipped together a cheat sheet for reStructuredText:
1 page for syntax, and a 1 page reference for directives
and roles. Please take a look:
<> (not
meant to be converted to HTML; use the source text as-is).
Feedback is welcome.

David Goodger <>

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