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Pandoc Converter

by klmp200 ALL

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How to install

You can install this package from Package Control by adding my repo into it. Then just use intsall option.

How to use it

What does this package do ?

This package aim to provide an easy way to record preset for markdown conversion by pandoc. You just have to prepare command lines options in settings, launch the package and you are done !

How to use it ?

Just use the command palette and type Pandoc-converter, if you a preset is available for your language, it will be shown and you will able to use it. Then, the package will convert your file and show you your output (and errors if they are any).

Configuration

You can copy and past default settings to your user settings and modify it the way you want. You will be able to define command line and output format. Feel free to test :)