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authorJohn MacFarlane <>2015-07-23 15:54:18 -0700
committerJohn MacFarlane <>2015-07-23 15:54:18 -0700
commit2b68f7af15f7503083d07265355363e36cfaf4bb (patch)
treeab4cb15076073f17573bea0f46278a903aebf649 /README
parentf06809355527394f3c32c0e46e6f9cb48786b668 (diff)
Updated README and cabal description for ODT reader.
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@@ -15,7 +15,7 @@ another, and a command-line tool that uses this library. It can read
[Markdown], [CommonMark], and (subsets of) [Textile],
[reStructuredText], [HTML], [LaTeX], [MediaWiki markup], [TWiki
markup], [Haddock markup], [OPML], [Emacs Org-mode], [DocBook],
-[txt2tags], [EPUB] and [Word docx]; and it can write plain text,
+[txt2tags], [EPUB], [ODT] and [Word docx]; and it can write plain text,
[Markdown], [reStructuredText], [XHTML], [HTML 5], [LaTeX] (including
[beamer] slide shows), [ConTeXt], [RTF], [OPML], [DocBook],
[OpenDocument], [ODT], [Word docx], [GNU Texinfo], [MediaWiki markup],
@@ -68,7 +68,7 @@ pandoc will fetch the content using HTTP:
If multiple input files are given, `pandoc` will concatenate them all (with
blank lines between them) before parsing. This feature is disabled for
- binary input formats such as `EPUB` and `docx`.
+ binary input formats such as `EPUB`, `odt`, and `docx`.
The format of the input and output can be specified explicitly using
command-line options. The input format can be specified using the
@@ -164,8 +164,8 @@ General options
markdown), `markdown_github` (github extended markdown),
`commonmark` (CommonMark markdown), `textile` (Textile), `rst`
(reStructuredText), `html` (HTML), `docbook` (DocBook), `t2t`
- (txt2tags), `docx` (docx), `epub` (EPUB), `opml` (OPML), `org`
- (Emacs Org-mode), `mediawiki` (MediaWiki markup), `twiki` (TWiki
+ (txt2tags), `docx` (docx), `odt` (ODT), `epub` (EPUB), `opml` (OPML),
+ `org` (Emacs Org-mode), `mediawiki` (MediaWiki markup), `twiki` (TWiki
markup), `haddock` (Haddock markup), or `latex` (LaTeX). If
`+lhs` is appended to `markdown`, `rst`, `latex`, or `html`, the
input will be treated as literate Haskell source: see [Literate