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I was looking for something similar, and since I could not find it, I wrote a small python script following the principles outlined by rd_nielsen. https://gist.github.com/frederik-elwert/5d0fee06aad946c75ef03084a2684233 You can call it like this: python3 pandoc-merge.py --csv addresses.csv -o merged_letter.pdf letter_template.md In your template, you can ...


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You could eliminate the MS Word step by directly printing from the MD viewer or editor to a PDF printer such as LEADTOOLS ePrint. (Disclosure: I'm a LEADTOOLS employee). This also gives you the ability to produce bookmarks similar to a table-of-contents, which I tested as follows: Print from the preview pane of a markdown editor like this: Then use the ...


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After having another look at LogicalDoc, I think I may have found what I'm looking for - even though it's not as monolithic a solution as would have been "perfect". LogicalDoc CE runs as a docker container and uses "about" 2GB of RAM (right now I'm investigating a slow memory leak, might need to restart it every 24h). You're able to ...


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You should also take a look at Sphinx it is phython-based, and runs on multiple platforms (Windows, Unix, MacOS, Docker) To quote: Output formats: HTML (including Windows HTML Help), LaTeX (for printable PDF versions), ePub, Texinfo, manual pages, plain text Extensive cross-references: semantic markup and automatic links for functions, classes, citations,...


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Typora is an otherwise great live markdown editor that lets you insert a paragraph break on Enter and single linebreak on Shift+Enter, without double whitepace needed. Perhaps that's good enough?


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