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AsciiDoc is a text document format for writing notes, documentation, articles, books, ebooks, slideshows, web pages, blogs and UNIX man pages. This is an overly large document, it probably needs to be refactored into a Tutorial, Quick Reference and Formal Reference. The AsciiDoc format is a useful presentation format in its own right: AsciiDoc markup is simple, intuitive and as such is easily proofed and edited. AsciiDoc is light weight: it consists of a single Python script and a bunch of configuration files. See Example AsciiDoc Documents below.
The Python language has a substantial body of documentation, much of it contributed by various authors. The markup used for the Python documentation is reStructuredText , developed by the docutils project, amended by custom directives and using a toolset named Sphinx to post-process the HTML output. This document describes the style guide for our documentation as well as the custom reStructuredText markup introduced by Sphinx to support Python documentation and how it should be used.
This is, of course, running the risk of repeating some of the material contained in many online tutorials, but future blog posts will expand our coverage to include bibliography styles and biblatex —the alternative package and bibliography processor. By default, this thebibliography environment is a numbered list with labels  ,  and so forth. So if you now write. In this example we only have two entries, so 9 is enough.