A script that can raise or lower (shift) the levels of the underline characters defining the sections of a file.
This script is useless if you're using emacs with rst.el. The current (2006) rst.el does this job pretty well already.
From an email on the list:
> > i want to contribute my movesec script that rotates the section > > markers. i use it every now and then and i'm finding it useful and > > stable enough that i think other should be able to enjoy it too. > > "Rotates"? yes, it raises or lowers the "levels" of the underline characters of a file. it shifts them either up or down (in level), and introduces a new underline character for the new level. this is useful when you're reorganizing the sections of part of a file, for example. you could use this on a section of a file only using shell-command-on-region in emacs (i still need to write a hook to do that).
You can now do that within emacs using rest-adjust with an active region, see restructuredtext.el for details.