reStructuredText (sometimes abbreviated as RST, ReST, or reST) is a file format for textual data used primarily in the Python programming language community for technical documentation.
Acrolinx cannot read reStructuredText (ReSt) (*.rst) files directly.
Solution: You can pre-process the ReSt formats and send the content to Acrolinx as HTML.
Acrolinx reads some formats directly HTML, XML, TEXT.
At the moment, we'd recommend using the Command Line Checker . You could do the pre-processing of the RST files yourselves, just as the CLC converts JSON, Properties and Java formats. This HelpCenter article may also be useful: Getting Started with Custom Integrations .
We've got an increasing number of customers deploying Acrolinx in their agile development environments. Though developers could run the command line checker manually, you can also integrate the Acrolinx checking into a build or publishing job. The result would be the URLs to the scorecards and the writers could get a notification and use the feedback to correct their texts.