Integration with Pandoc?

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Daniel Shannon

15 Feb, 2013 10:34 AM

Hey guys! Congratulations on the fantastic work---I find myself weirdly excited about this. I wondered if you might consider trying to integrate it with Pandoc, though. I fantasized about doing it myself but Haskell is a bridge too far for me. Does anyone on your team have any experience working with it?

I think in the meantime, if it's alright and wouldn't step on your toes, I'm going to try integrating the Marked preprocessor into my Sublime Text Pandoc build wrapper. Let me know if that'd be a problem, though.

Thanks!

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Gabe on 15 Feb, 2013 11:44 AM

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    Thanks Daniel, This project is free to take and use anyway you like. Only the code in the toolkits require attribution, which is really just a way to point people back to the documentation. We'd be thrilled if you did anything with it.

    As for Pandoc, I'm afraid Haskell is also off my list for now. We would be flattered if the canonical Pandoc included CrticMarkup but I don't think we have the time or chops to make that happen ourselves.

  2. 2 Posted by Daniel Shannon on 15 Feb, 2013 12:47 PM

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    Neat! Well, I adapted the preprocessor to work with Pandown for Sublime Text 3, which lives here: https://github.com/phyllisstein/Pandown3. The Pandoc template that's included in that repository from Marked now includes the option of using your CSS and JavaScript, as does the one in this zip: http://d.pr/f/G3dK. It's nothing too fancy, but it's something.

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