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@@ -19,7 +19,7 @@
copy /y "%TEMP%\pandoc\pandoc-citeproc.exe" C:\Utils\Console\
rmdir /s /q "%TEMP%\pandoc\"
-## MacOS
+## macOS
- There is a package installer at pandoc's [download page].
If you later want to uninstall the package, you can do so
@@ -27,12 +27,12 @@
and running it with `perl uninstall-pandoc.pl`.
- It is possible to extract the pandoc and pandoc-citeproc
- executables from the MacOS pkg file, if you'd rather not run
+ executables from the macOS pkg file, if you'd rather not run
the installer. To do this (for the version 1.19.1 package):
mkdir pandoc-extract
cd pandoc-extract
- xar -x ../pandoc-1.19.1-osx.pkg
+ xar -x ../pandoc-2.0-macOS.pkg
cat pandoc.pkg/Payload | gunzip -dc | cpio -i
# executables are now in ./usr/bin/, man pages in ./usr/share/man
@@ -180,7 +180,7 @@ The easiest way to build pandoc from source is to use [stack]:
Note that this requires the `text-icu` library, which in turn
depends on the C library `icu4c`. Installation directions
- vary by platform. Here is how it might work on MacOS with homebrew:
+ vary by platform. Here is how it might work on macOS with homebrew:
brew install icu4c
cabal install --extra-lib-dirs=/usr/local/Cellar/icu4c/51.1/lib \