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README

Pandex

Pandex is a lightweight Elixir wrapper for Pandoc. It has no dependencies other than Pandoc itself. Pandex unit tests are currently run again Pandoc version 2.5.

Pandex enables you to perform any combination of the conversions below:

Convert From (any) Convert To (any)
commonmark asciidoc
gfm beamer
html commonmark
json context
latex docbook
markdown dzslides
markdown_github * gfm
markdown_mmd html
markdown_phpextra html5
markdown_strict json
rst latex
textile man
markdown
markdown_github *
markdown_mmd
markdown_phpextra
markdown_strict
mediawiki
opendocument
org
plain
rst
rtf
s5
slidy
texinfo
textile

* Deprecated: markdown_github. Use gfm instead.

Installation

  1. Pandex requires Pandoc to work. Install Pandoc for your operating system.

  2. Add Pandex to mix.exs as follows:

defmodule YourApp.Mixfile do
  defp deps do
    [
      {:pandex, "~> 0.2.0"}
    ]
  end
end
  1. Run mix deps.get to install Pandex.

Usage

Pandex follows the syntax of <format-from>_to_<format-to>(<string>).

Examples

iex> Pandex.gfm_to_html("# Title \n\n## List\n\n- one\n- two\n- three\n")
{:ok, "<h1 id=\"title\">Title</h1>\n<h2 id=\"list\">List</h2>\n<ul>\n<li>one</li>\n<li>two</li>\n<li>three</li>\n</ul>\n"}

iex> Pandex.latex_to_html5("\\section{Title}\n\n\\subsection{List}\n\n\\begin{itemize}\n\\tightlist\n\\item\n  one\n\\item\n  two\n\\item\n  three\n\\end{itemize}\n")
{:ok, "<h1 id=\"title\">Title</h1>\n<h2 id=\"list\">List</h2>\n<ul>\n<li><p>one</p></li>\n<li><p>two</p></li>\n<li><p>three</p></li>\n</ul>\n"}

iex> Pandex.latex_to_json("\\section{Title}\\label{title}\n\n\\subsection{List}\\label{list}\n\n\\begin{itemize}\n\\item\n  one\n\\item\n  two\n\\item\n  three\n\\end{itemize}\n")
{:ok, "{\"blocks\":[{\"t\":\"Header\",\"c\":[1,[\"title\",[],[]],[{\"t\":\"Str\",\"c\":\"Title\"}]]},{\"t\":\"Header\",\"c\":[2,[\"list\",[],[]],[{\"t\":\"Str\",\"c\":\"List\"}]]},{\"t\":\"BulletList\",\"c\":[[{\"t\":\"Para\",\"c\":[{\"t\":\"Str\",\"c\":\"one\"}]}],[{\"t\":\"Para\",\"c\":[{\"t\":\"Str\",\"c\":\"two\"}]}],[{\"t\":\"Para\",\"c\":[{\"t\":\"Str\",\"c\":\"three\"}]}]]}],\"pandoc-api-version\":[1,17,5,4],\"meta\":{}}\n"}

Using with your app

defmodule YourApp do
  import Pandex

  def convert(string)  do
    {:ok, output} = markdown_to_html(string)
    IO.puts(output)
  end
end

You can also give a file as an input. The output will however be a string.

defmodule YourApp do
  import Pandex

  def convert(file)  do
    {:ok, output} = markdown_file_to_html(file)
    IO.puts(output)
  end
end

License

[MIT License](LICENSE)


*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the Pandex README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.