An in-browser RST viewer with live updating
rstviewer is a simple program for editing a reStructuredText (RST) file. In fact, it’s being used to edit this file right now!
$ rstviewer file.rst
opens a new browser window containing an HTML representation of of file.rst. The browser window refreshes when file.rst is changed.
By default, rstviewer runs in quiet mode – no logging messages are emitted, so as not to interfere with editing in the console. The option -v, which can be specified multiple times, increases the verbosity level.
Practically nonexistent. The program creates an HTTP server which serves all files located in or beneath the directory containing file.rst. This is to facilitate the loading of images and other assets linked by the RST document. Although the server binds only to the local interface, this is still insecure. In short, do not use this program if you are concerned about security.
Python 3.5+ and a browser which supports WebSockets. (The package has been tested only on Chrome and Safari, thus far.)
NPM package rst-live-preview, which I could not get running.
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