``argot`` requires markdown and pygments. The optional amazon link processor,
disabled by default, requires lxml.
-Version 0.5 of argot adds blockquote blocks, and is in this way incompatible
-with older versions. These blocks are unlikely to have occured by chance,
-so this should probably not be a problem.
+Version 0.6 of argot adds some functionality to the `argot` script, allowing
+you to easily create full HTML documents (*with* pygments styling) from
+argot markup in one easy command.
-A non-documented method of extending the way argot applied preprocessors that
-was nevertheless implied by the code has been removed as its presence was
-viewed as needless complexity. If you were extending argot by adding to
-``enabled_extensions``, you will have to find another entrypoint for your
-customizations. The old method of operation will not be restored in future
+Version 0.6 of argot *is backwards compatible* with version 0.5, but maintains
+the blockquote blocks which makes it incompatible with versions previous to
+0.5. If you are using a version older than 0.5 and wish to upgrade, please
+consult the README.rst file in 0.5 for a full list of incompatabilities.
moin-style highlighted code blocks
-h, --help show this help message and exit
-r REFERER, --referer=REFERER
http referer for google link parser
+ -d, --document render as full html document
+ -t TITLE, --title=TITLE
+ title to use in HEAD (implies -d)
+ -s STYLE, --style=STYLE
+With the ``-d`` option, argot will create a full HTML document with the
+specified pygments style (defaults to ``default``).