What is the most pleasant source code to read
WYSIWYG reStructuredText editor
I want to use ReadTheDocs which uses Sphinx which in turn uses restructured text.
The reST editors I've found so far are similar to the 80's word processors where you edited the text so that tags (e.g., "bold on", "bold off", etc.) are in the desired location placed in the text. Then you can see the end result in a different frame. What I'm looking for is a post 90s wysiwyg editor like Word that lets you make the screen look the way you want it and the highlighted text is generated as you work.
Some of you find it most comfortable to work in text. I don't want to take this away from you; make reST editing as pleasant for me as it is for you.
(You haven't yet described what platform this should be done on. I'm assuming you want a web app.)
The 'rsted' project implements a WYSIWYG text editor that generates reStructuredText.
You can try a demonstration page at http://rst.ninjs.org/.
It's been over two years since I asked this question, but now I've found something I wanted. It's called Typora. It's a WYSIWYG editor for Markdown (at least not reST yet).
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