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Converts ScholarlyMarkdown documents into HTML5, LaTeX, or Docx
Current stable version: 0.1.4
Scholdoc is a command-line utility that converts ScholarlyMarkdown documents into the HTML5, LaTeX, and Docx (OOML) formats. It is intended to facilitate academic writing in a cross-platform, semantic-aware, plaintext format that can be quickly used in modern publishing pipelines.
Scholdoc is implemented as fork of Pandoc, and mostly retains the
same user interface (including the custom template and
filter system). It essentially understands a new input format
markdown_scholarly (implemented in the markdown reader a superset of
markdown_pandoc features), and limits itself to HTML5/LaTeX/Docx output.
Scholdoc defaults to
standalone output and has its own custom
templates to ensure output compatibility with
Scholdoc is currently up to date with Pandoc version 1.13.2 (up to commit fb7a03dcda)
Via Homebrew (OS X only)
On OS X, the easiest way to obtain Scholdoc is from the official
Homebrew tap. First make sure you have
Homebrew set-up correctly on your system, and that running
doctor gives you no serious warnings. After that, run the following:
brew tap timtylin/scholdoc brew update brew install scholdoc scholdoc-citeproc
To upgrade to the latest release, just run
brew update brew upgrade scholdoc scholdoc-citeproc
Via pre-built binary distribution
Pre-built binary distributions exist for some platforms. Check the download page to see the list of available builds.
Compile via Hackage (all operating systems)
Scholdoc is written in pure Haskell. It requires the GHC compiler and the cabal-install build system. The easiest way to get it on all platforms is by installing the Haskell platform for your operating system. Please make sure you are using GHC version 7.4 or above.
If you are using Ubuntu, Herbert V. Riedel have conveniently provided a PPA of
pre-compiled GHC and cabal-install for recent Ubuntu systems. Here's
an example of how to get recommended versions of GHC and cabal-install
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:hvr/ghc sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install ghc-7.8.3 cabal-install-1.20
Once you have GHC and
cabal-install on your system, run the following
cabal update cabal install scholdoc cabal install scholdoc-citeproc
To upgrade to the latest release of Scholdoc, just run the above three commands again.
Important: A ScholarlyMarkdown core CSS is required for proper formatting of most HTML files output by Scholdoc.
Scholdoc's HTML output is strictly limited to HTML5 due to its enhanced
semantic capabilities (such as the
figcaption element), and
relies on some CSS3 features for layout (mostly for multi-image figures with
subcaptions). It adheres to a fairly straightforward schema. No
formatting information is written to the HTML by Scholdoc, so a
ScholarlyMarkdown core CSS is required for bare minimum proper
formatting. You can also write your own CSS that target the schema.
By default, the
html output format generates a complete (but bare-bones)
HTML5 document that can be used immediately. To have Scholdoc generate just the
bare content (everything inside
html_bodyonly output format. By default, Scholdoc will always include
proper MathJax settings for the way ScholarlyMarkdown prescribes
math content in HTML.
The Docx writer currently isn't fully functional yet. It does not yet output structures specific to ScholarlyMarkdown (such as figures).