[NTG-context] markdown module vs pandoc

Gour gour at atmarama.com
Tue Feb 19 14:22:50 CET 2019


On Mon, 18 Feb 2019 17:08:44 +0100
Pablo Rodriguez <oinos at gmx.es> wrote:

Hello Pablo,

> I convert Markdown to XHTML and then I compile the XML sources with
> ConTeXt.

I've tried it and it works nicely. The possibility to have one-source-does-all
is tempting. ;)

Now I wonder if you're still behind the tool and/or whether it is still
actively used by you?

Another question for both you and Aditya in regard to the point made by Mojca
(suggesting to use Asciidoc markup) is whether you find that Pandoc's
(extended) Markdown is semantically rich-enough to cover more complex documents
or in such cases it would be better to use richer markup like Asciidoc or simpy
to directly use ConTeXt?


So far, one thing is clear: ConTeXt is the way to go instead of LaTeX and other
options, but now have to resolve whether to use pandoc's markdown, AsciiDoc or
just ConTeXt...

Sincerely,
Gour


> 
> I describe the method at http://www.from-pandoc-to-context.tk/.
> 
> Just in case it might help,
> 
> Pablo


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