21 May 2013 18:04

### Generate list labels like (a)?

Hi,

If I use (a) in a list in a pandoc file, the generate html file has
the label "a". How to get the label as "(a)"? Thanks.

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21 May 2013 16:27

### typeset algorithm in pandoc

Hi,

I don't find a structure for typesetting algorithm. Something like the
following from latex is desire. Is there anything available in pandoc?

http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/LaTeX/Algorithms

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20 May 2013 20:21

### embedding multiple fonts in ePub

Hi,

would it be possible to embed multiple fonts in an ePub file using the
argument only once? I mean something like:

--epub-embed-font=fonts/FreeSerif*.ttf

So it would be easier for the user.

Pablo
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20 May 2013 15:46

### reuse same header level with #=

In a discussion about markdown and similar syntaxes a friend of mine suggested that one should be able to use the following:

# Level 1

## Level 2

#= same as above
level
2

#+ one level deeper
level
3

## Level 2

#- one level up
level
1

This would be useful when moving blocks. The structure in the block would adapt to the level it is moved to.

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20 May 2013 15:40

### attaching files to pandoc pdf

I just stumbled over PDFtk, a tool for messing around with PDF files without the need for acrobat. There is a tutorial on how to add an attachment to a PDF.

Then I thought that it would be awsome to be able to attach files to a pandoc-created document, just like one can include images:

![image](/image_location/image.jpg)

Look at my <at> [file](/file_location/file.ext "filename_for_attachment_list").

<at> [](/file_location/file.ext)

I would suggest a syntax similar to the image syntax for easy linking. I think the <at> symbol would nicely fit as it looks simiilar to a paper clip.

However there should also be a syntax for attaching the file without any traces in the text. I suggest either doubling the <at> or removing the link text altogether.

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19 May 2013 11:52

### Pandoc objective-c syntax highlighting doesn't work for some reason

Hello,

I am trying to get objective-c code highlighting to work. I use
~~~ {.m}
<code>
~~~
And run pandoc like this: pandoc code.md --highlight-style pygments -s > test.html
Unfortunately there is no syntax highlighting in the resulting file.
Highlighting works though if I change ".m" to ".c".
Where may be the problem?

Thanks

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18 May 2013 04:21

### using pandoc over ssh

I've written a shell script for using pandoc over ssh: https://github.com/dsanson/ssh-pandoc-wrapper

If you are on a system that does not have pandoc installed, but have ssh access to a system that does, you can install this script, give it the name pandoc, and give yourself the illusion of having a (slow) local installation of pandoc.

$cat example.md | ssh example.com 'pandoc -o example.docx; cat example.docx; rm example.docx' >> example.docx you can type$ pandoc example.md -o example.docx

and the script will handle the messy details (well, not all the messy details: you need to make sure that templates and bibliography files and mages and so on are available as needed on the remote server).

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17 May 2013 05:06

Hi,

I want to link within a document to any arbitrary position within the
same document. I only find how to link to headers. Is there a way to

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17 May 2013 04:59

### Indent paragraph

Hi,

I want to have each paragraph indented in the generated output (such
as pdf or html). Is there a way to denote such information in pandoc
document? Thanks.

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16 May 2013 23:32

### pandoc digest cannot be open by thunderbird

Hello

I just realized that, but the digest format the pandoc mailing list
software uses cannot be really opened, by thunderbird in separated
messages as can be done by digest send by other mailing list software.

How do people read the digest?

Uwe Brauer


16 May 2013 23:29

### nested tables II, latex import/export


Hello

I realized that there is another issue. I am not really sure whether the
following table is really nested or just not simple since it contains
split and merged cells.

+-----+-----+-----+
|     |     |     |
+-----+-----+-----+
|     |     |     |
|     +-----+     |
|     |     |     |
+-----+-----+-----+
|     |           |
+-----+-----------+

which I can for example generate with emacs table.el package, I can even
export it to latex as:

\begin{tabular}{|l|l|l|}
\hline
& & \\
\hline
& & \\
\cline{2-2}
& & \\
\hline
& \multicolumn{2}{l|}{} \\
\hline
\end{tabular}

So the feature proposal  is:
could pandoc import the above latex construct and
export it to markdown or rst.

(Or even rtf, but in principle latex2rtf
can this also).

Uwe Brauer



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