I am generating complex user documentation using
Markdown files and combining them with
markedpp. I am currently using
pandoc to convert to a
DOCX file, but that requires some nasty hoop jumping in the
Markdown to accomplish page breaks and such. I would prefer to generate a PDF, but every
Markdown document saying there are too many sections. The
Markdown is a combination of hand-crafted text and tool generated templates; simplifying it isn't going to be easy or cost effective.
Is there a good solution for creating print-oriented
Markdown that renders to
It can be either for Windows or Linux, I am running Windows 10 2004 with WSL2 enabled. Cost needs to be zero. I am doing this for a client and am trying to establish a repeatable process for all of our clients where project documentation is a mix of hand-rolled Markdown and auto-generated Markdown for database and code resources. Having the output be a generated PDF that can be digitally signed (signing will be manually done) to ensure integrity of the information within is a huge plus.