Common Lisp Package: DOCUTILS.NODES

Package containing standard docutils Node names

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FUNCTION

Public

SECTION (WRITER &OPTIONAL (LEVEL (1- (LENGTH (SECTION-NUMBERS WRITER)))))

Return the section name at the given level for the specific document class.

GENERIC-FUNCTION

Public

DOCINFO (DOCUMENT)

Return the docinfo component of a document

SLOT-ACCESSOR

Public

DATE (OBJECT)

Set date

SETFDATE (NEW-VALUE OBJECT)

Set date

DOCUMENT (NODE)

The Return the document root of the tree containing this node

SETFDOCUMENT (DOCUMENT COMPONENT)

The Set the document to be processed and reset the component

LINE (ELEMENT)

The The line number (1-based) of the beginning of this Node in `source`.

NODE (OBJECT)

Current node in document

SETFNODE (NEW-VALUE OBJECT)

Current node in document

TITLE (ENTITY)

The Return the title for an entity

SETFTITLE (NEW-VALUE OBJECT)

Set the Return the title for an entity

Undocumented

CAPTION (OBJECT)

CLASS

Public

BLOCK-EVALUATION

Block evaluateable element

DOCUMENT (NODE)

The main document root element

ELEMENT

Abstract base to all specific elements containing attributes and child nodes.

EVALUATEABLE

Base for nodes which can be evaluated

INLINE-EVALUATION

Inline evaluateable element

INVISIBLE

Internal elements that don't appear in output.

NODE (OBJECT)

Abstract base class of nodes in a document tree

PENDING

The 'pending' element is used to encapsulate a pending operation: the operation (transform), the point at which to apply it, and any data it requires.

PREBIBLIOGRAPHIC

Category of Node which may occur before Bibliographic Nodes.

PREDECORATIVE

Category of Node which may occur before Decorative Nodes.

RAW

Raw data that is to be passed untouched to the Writer.

SPECIAL

Special internal body elements.

TEXT

Instances are terminal nodes (leaves) containing text only; no child nodes or attributes.

TEXT-ELEMENT

An element which directly contains text. Its children are all `Text` or `TextElement` subclass nodes

TOPIC

Topics are terminal, 'leaf' mini-sections, like block quotes with titles, or textual figures. A topic is just like a section, except that it has no subsections, and it doesn't have to conform to section placement rules.

Undocumented

ABBREVIATION

ABMONITION

ACRONYM

ADDRESS

ADMONITION

ATTENTION

ATTRIBUTION

AUTHOR

AUTHORS

BACKLINKABLE

BIBLIOGRAPHIC

BLOCK-QUOTE

BODY

BULLET-LIST

CAPTION (OBJECT)

CAUTION

CITATION

CITATION-REFERENCE

CLASSIFIER

COLSPEC

COMMENT

COMPOUND

CONTACT

CONTAINER

DANGER

DATE (OBJECT)

DECORATION

DECORATIVE

DEFINITION

DEFINITION-LIST

DEFINITION-LIST-ITEM

DESCRIPTION

DOCINFO (DOCUMENT)

DOCTEST-BLOCK

EMPHASIS

ENTRY

ENUMERATED-LIST

EQUATION

ERROR

FIELD

FIELD-BODY

FIELD-LIST

FIELD-NAME

FIGURE

FOOTNOTE

FOOTNOTE-REFERENCE

GENERAL

GENERATED

HINT

IMAGE

IMPORTANT

INLINE

LABEL

LEGEND

LINE (ELEMENT)

LINE-BLOCK

LIST-ITEM

LITERAL

LITERAL-BLOCK

MATH

META

NOTE

OPTION

OPTION-ARGUMENT

OPTION-GROUP

OPTION-LIST

OPTION-LIST-ITEM

OPTION-STRING

ORGANIZATION

PARAGRAPH

PART

PROBLEMATIC

REFERENCE

REFERENTIAL

RESOLVABLE

REVISION

ROOT

ROW

RUBRIC

SECTION (WRITER &OPTIONAL (LEVEL (1- (LENGTH (SECTION-NUMBERS WRITER)))))

SEQUENTIAL

STATUS

STRONG

STRUCTURAL

SUBSCRIPT

SUBSTITUTION-DEFINITION

SUBSTITUTION-REFERENCE

SUBTITLE

SUPERSCRIPT

SYSTEM-MESSAGE

TABLE

TARGET

TARGETABLE

TBODY

TERM

TGROUP

THEAD

TIP

TITLE (ENTITY)

TITLE-REFERENCE

TITULAR

TRANSITION

VERSION

WARNING