[Ach] {Disarmed} Re: PDF2HTML

Leon Letto leon at vectronic.ca
Wed May 21 17:30:13 CEST 2014

Footnoting is fully supported if that is what you mean by indices.

I am not sure what you mean by listings and acronym handling but the math
config file allows you to specify a list of pre-configured substitutions:
.. this file contains *shortcuts* for frequently used mathematical symbols
and equations: These shortcuts are called *substitutions*. You can not only
create substitutions for math but for any text or markup! They increase the
readability of a source file significantly.

.. |E=mc²| replace:: :math:`E = mc ^ 2`
.. |E| replace:: :math:`E`
.. |m| replace:: :math:`m`
.. |v| replace:: :math:`v`
.. |c| replace:: :math:`c`


On Tue, May 20, 2014 at 11:23 AM, Tobias Pape <Das.Linux at gmx.de> wrote:

> On 20.05.2014, at 17:21, Leon Letto <leon at vectronic.ca> wrote:
> > I tested out this for a few hours a while back and it works great.
> >
> > https://notex.ch/
> >
> > It has all the features we could want I think.    Create in one format
> then export to any of the following - PDF, HTML, LaTex, ePub or Text.   It
> supports creating math formulas and does the hard work of making them look
> good in the other formats too which is a big help.
> >
> What about listings, acronym handling, and indices?
> Best
>         -Tobias
> > The export and import gives the ability to backup however, if we decided
> to
> > use this format - I have some thoughts on how to make it work for us.
> >
> > They have an FAQ on editing where they support git
> http://bbs.notex.ch/viewtopic.php?id=67 - but they can't import yet which
> sucks.  They have a git workflow in their forum:
> >
> > I think if we modify their git option workflow we can get an existing
> version of our doc to a shared git owned by us in the proper format:
> > - You create a new project on NoTex.ch and enable the GIT versioning
> checkbox.
> > - Once you start working, you can click the GIT history button, and
> you'll see the current history.
> > - You should also notice a URL field pointing to something like git://
> vcs.notex.ch/c3d0dad1-4e36-4652-8d4f-25e6f8c1714c.
> > - move this git to github for us to collaborate on
> >
> > At this point we are back to doing pull requests on our git version in
> NoTex format.   When you want to edit just copy the section you want to
> edit from the git and paste it into notex.ch and when done, paste it back
> into the git as a pull request.  You can use docker to create a local copy
> so you aren't editing on their servers and I suspect you could configure
> your local copy to use the git as the source to enable collaboration but
> everyone would have to do this themselves which isn't scalable.
> >
> > If this is a good idea and will help, I would be willing to pay for the
> droplet and set it up - but I may need some help with getting the
> collaboration working (pointing it to a git on github for example).  Then I
> can create accounts for anyone who wants to edit - which is linked to the
> same git - which solves the group editing problem.  This may be a bad idea
> - I don't know enough to know.
> >
> > I am not a cryptographer (yet) but I would like to contribute to the
> group and this is one way I could.
> >
> > Leon
> >
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Leon Letto
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