Markdown to Lyx
Dr Eberhard W Lisse
el at lisse.na
Fri Dec 11 08:50:36 UTC 2020
also look for pandoc’s template (-t latex) which you can modify. You really want Koma-Script instead of the standard (ie scrartcl vs article), and you also want LuaLaTeX (if you are not using it already.
I took the example from Wandmalfarbe and modified it heavily for my use two years ago and had to use a little Perl because tex2lyx produced some ERT, but tex2lyx has been revised a number of times by then, and, as I wrote before my situation was very specific.
My latest hobby, by the way, is to re-engineer hardcopy forms in LyX and then use Perl’s template toolkit to have my practice software fill in my patients’ details :-)-O.
Even figured out a way to generate a realistically looking date stamp which varies by location and rotation randomly a little and put it into the preamble so no ERT when it appears in the PDF. But I had to have someone explain my own LaTeX code to me :-)-O
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On 11 Dec 2020, 06:19 +0200, Murat Yildizoglu <myildi at gmail.com>, wrote:
> Hello Eberhard,
> Thank you very much for your suggestions. I think Hazel + some scripting could make life easier if I have to tweak too much things, too frequently in this process.
> In the meantime, I have discovered that with correct options in Pandoc (and I have not explored them all yet), the document obtained through the import filters is already pretty decent in fact. Kudos to LyX again!
> I currently use the following command line for md -> tex conversion :
> pandoc -s -f markdown-auto_identifiers+raw_tex -t latex -o $$o $$I
> -auto_identifiers+raw_tex extensions, respectively, eliminate some automatic referencing that does not play very well with LyX, and the possibility of including raw latex in the MD document.
> With time, I will have to make things more sophist aced (including YAML headers, references etc.) but for now I am quite happy with what I get as a basis.
> Best regards,
> > Le 11 déc. 2020 à 00:33, Dr Eberhard W Lisse <nospam at lisse.NA> a écrit :
> > Murat,
> > I would not do that through an import from the LyX GUI.
> > Convert to LaTeX (with pandoc) and then modify the template pandoc uses
> > in steps until the TeX file it produces converts into proper LyX
> > (tex2lyx).
> > Write yourself a Makefile, especially if a little Perl or Python is
> > required to make changes to the LyX file.
> > I once had to take a MindMap and generate a Beamer presentation, so a
> > little AppleScript was even required in the Makefile to export to
> > Markdown, but eventually this worked out great.
> > Same for trying to dictate, which does not work with LyX at all.
> > Markdown works very well, and a little Makefile produces very nice LyX.
> > make is part of the XCode Command Line Tools which you get from the
> > command line with
> > sudo xcode-select --install
> > el
> > On 2020-12-10 05:15 , Murat Yildizoglu wrote:
> > > Hello All,
> > > I am trying to find a way to directly import markdown documents in Lyx.
> > >
> > > I have created a Markdown file type and a filter Markdown->Latex using
> > a pandoc command for the conversion:
> > > pandoc -f markdown_mmd -t latex -o $$o $$I
> > > But Lyx does not include this type in the import menu.
> > > What am I missing?
> > > How can I do this?
> > > Is this possible?
> > >
> > > Thank you for your help!
> > >
> > > Murat
> > >
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> Prof. Murat Yildizoglu
> Advisor to the Minister of Education, Youth and Sports of Cambodia
> Expertise France
> On temporary leave from
> University of Bordeaux
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