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% Pandoc examples

To see the output created by each of the commands below,
click on the name of the output file:

1.  HTML fragment:

@   pandoc @@README@@ -o @@example1.html@@

2.  Standalone HTML file:

@   pandoc -s @@README@@ -o @@example2.html@@

3.  HTML with smart quotes, table of contents, CSS, and custom footer:

@   pandoc -s -S --toc -c @@pandoc.css@@ -A @@footer.html@@ @@README@@ -o @@example3.html@@

4.  LaTeX:

@   pandoc -s @@README@@ -o @@example4.tex@@

5.  From LaTeX to markdown:

@   pandoc -s @@example4.tex@@ -o @@example5.text@@

6.  reStructuredText:

@   pandoc -s -w rst --toc @@README@@ -o @@example6.text@@

7.  Rich text format (RTF):

@   pandoc -s @@README@@ -o @@example7.rtf@@

8.  S5 HTML slide show (all in one file):

@   pandoc -s -m -i -w s5 @@S5DEMO@@ -o @@example8.html@@

9.  DocBook XML:

@   pandoc -s -S -w docbook @@README@@ -o @@example9.db@@

    Chunked XHTML via DocBook and [xmlto]:

@   xmlto xhtml -m @@config.xsl@@ @@example9.db@@ -o @@example9/@@

10. Man page:

@   pandoc -s -w man @@pandoc.1.md@@ -o @@example10.1@@

11. ConTeXt:

@   pandoc -s -w context @@README@@ -o @@example11.tex@@

    PDF via pandoc and ConTeXt's `texexec`:

@   texexec --pdf @@example11.tex@@   # produces @@example11.pdf@@

12. Converting a web page to markdown:

@   html2markdown @@http://www.gnu.org/software/make/@@ -o @@example12.text@@

13. From markdown to PDF:

@   pandoc @@README@@ -o @@example13.pdf@@

14. PDF with numbered sections and a custom LaTeX header:

@   pandoc -N -C @@myheader.tex@@ @@README@@ -o @@example14.pdf@@

[xmlto]:  http://cyberelk.net/tim/xmlto/

15. A simple wiki program using [HAppS](http://happs.org) and pandoc: 
    [pandocwiki](http://pandocwiki.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/)

16. A web application that converts web pages to any of eight different
    formats:  [html2x](html2x.html).

17. TeX math in HTML:

@   pandoc @@math.text@@ -s -o @@mathDefault.html@@
@   pandoc @@math.text@@ -s -m -o @@mathAsciimathml.html@@
@   pandoc @@math.text@@ -s --mimetex=/cgi-bin/mimetex.cgi -o @@mathMimetex.html@@
@   pandoc @@math.text@@ -s --gladtex -o mathGladtex.htex
@   gladtex @@mathGladtex.htex@@   # produces @@mathGladtex.html@@

18. Syntax highlighting of delimited code blocks:

@   pandoc @@code.text@@ -s -o @@example18.html@@

19. GNU Texinfo, converted to info, HTML, and PDF formats:

@   pandoc @@README@@ -s -o @@example19.texi@@
@   makeinfo @@example19.texi@@ -o @@example19.info@@
@   makeinfo @@example19.texi@@ --html -o @@example19@@
@   texi2pdf @@example19.texi@@  # produces @@example19.pdf@@

20. OpenDocument XML:

@   pandoc @@README@@ -s -w opendocument -o @@example20.xml@@

21. ODT (OpenDocument Text, readable by OpenOffice):

@   pandoc @@README@@ -o @@example21.odt@@

22. MediaWiki markup:

@   pandoc -s -S -w mediawiki --toc @@README@@ -o @@example22.wiki@@