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Text runs are strings of text with markup properties,
like 'bold' or 'italic' (or 'hyperlink to ...').

They are rendered inline (not as blocks).

They do not inherit their properties from anything.

src/p/y/pyth-0.5.6/pyth/plugins/xhtml/reader.py   pyth(Download)
        content=[node.string]
 
        return document.Text(properties, content)
 
    def process_into(self, node, obj):

src/p/y/pyth-HEAD/pyth/plugins/xhtml/reader.py   pyth(Download)
        content=[node.string]
 
        return document.Text(properties, content)
 
    def process_into(self, node, obj):

src/p/y/pyth-0.5.6/pyth/plugins/rtf15/reader.py   pyth(Download)
 
        self.block.content.append(
            document.Text(self.propStack[-1].copy(),
                          [u"".join(self.run)]))
 

src/p/y/pyth-HEAD/pyth/plugins/rtf15/reader.py   pyth(Download)
 
        self.block.content.append(
            document.Text(self.propStack[-1].copy(),
                          [u"".join(self.run)]))