What Emacs utilities can provide better browsing and navigation of reST documents? Alternatively, how to configure existing utilities to work with reST? What I mean, why I ask:
Of the lightweight markups I lately mostly compose reST , and of course I do so with God's Own Editor (currently version='GNU Emacs 24.4.1' as packaged for Debian stable). Some of my reST docs are rather large, hence I seek better ways to
- high-level-view reST doc sections. E.g., un/folding at section headings, or (better yet) providing a
speedbar-like tree browser.
- navigate between doc sections. Again,
speedbarfor reST would be great, but even an
occur-like view would be helpful. (Unfortunately I lack sufficient multiline-regexp-fu to tell
occurhow to match reST section headings--your assistance is appreciated!)
- the otherwise-quite-useful
rst-modedoes not currently provide this functionality, though I am also pinging its maintainer regarding this. It does provide
C-M-e), but linear navigation is well short of what I want.
- When I
M-x speedbarfrom an
rst-modebuffer, I get basically an empty frame.
- When I
M-x imenufrom an
rst-modebuffer, it seems only able to find the first-level headers. (Am I missing something?)
M-1 C-x $) seems quite confused: it folds some sections and list items but not others, apparently at random (at least, I'm seeing no sense to it).
- As noted above, I don't know the correct regexp to give
occurto parse reST section heads.
 except when on an SE site :-(