[NTG-context] other markup to ConTeXt
john.haltiwanger at gmail.com
Sat Aug 14 11:31:06 CEST 2010
This was exactly what I was wondering last night:
How hard would it be to just write the converter into LuaTeX? Does
LuaTeX's position as a moving target affect this at all?
As you suggest Phillip, it might not be so difficult. It certainly
sounds like a worthwhile project. Seeming as how there is an obvious
spread of interest, perhaps we can start working on something
On Sat, Aug 14, 2010 at 9:23 AM, Philipp Gesang
<pgesang at ix.urz.uni-heidelberg.de> wrote:
> On 2010-08-14 <07:19:17>, Gour D. wrote:
>> Finally, for the high-quality output, we plan to convert to ConTeXt
>> (via pandoc since there is no ConTeXt writer for sphinx/docutils) for
>> high-quality PDF output (if rst2pdf won't be satisfying or if we would
>> like to provide paper putput.
> Hi Gour, Hraban, John, and the list,
> did you consider directly processing reST or similar markdown with
> context using lua? Certainly it has advantages to have a converter output
> context (backslash style) code and being able to finalize it. But
> implementing some .rst processing directly in context shouldn't be that
> hard (and with luatex you could handle the html output as well).
> Has somebody already made some steps in that way? (I'm thinking about
> doing so for quite some time now but then, it's not that pressing
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