exceltable: fails to create errors or warnings with "literal_block not declared"
The following two functions in exceltable.py uses literal_block directly, which is not imported anymore. Adding the "nodes."-prefix makes them work.
def warning(self, *msgs): #super(Messenger, self).warning(msg) return nodes.literal_block(text=self._prepare(msgs)) def error(self, *msgs): #super(Messenger, self).error(msg) text = self._prepare(msgs) #self.log.error(text) return nodes.literal_block(text=text)
However, it'd be much nicer if an actual warning or error was created, so that one didn't have to look through the output files to find errors. (Uncommenting self.log did not work...)