markdown-it-texmath VS pandoc

Compare markdown-it-texmath vs pandoc and see what are their differences.


Support TeX math equations with your Markdown documents. (by goessner)
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Posts with mentions or reviews of markdown-it-texmath. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-06-28.


Posts with mentions or reviews of pandoc. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-12-08.
  • Is there anything that can replace Calibre?
    6 projects | | 8 Dec 2022
    I used to use Calibre for printing / converting-to-PDF, but then I found pandoc, which produces more beautiful output (because it properly typesets with LaTeX).
  • Replace text "==" to " " in conversion from .md to .pdf
    2 projects | | 5 Dec 2022
    Did you work through the sections relevant to the operating system in use by you on
    2 projects | | 5 Dec 2022
    If possible, use pandoc's latest nightly build: Support for == style highlighting was added a few days ago.
  • HyperSpec rendition produced from ANSI spec draft
    3 projects | | 5 Dec 2022
    You might want to look at pandoc. Once you can get it into a format it accepts as input there are many options for output.
  • Simple note taking with markdown support
    5 projects | | 28 Nov 2022
    What do you mean by "export"? If you sync the Markdown files locally you could use pandoc to generate PDF, HTML, etc.
  • From Quarto to orgmode
    3 projects | | 22 Nov 2022
    Right on the front page, the maintainers state that it relies on pandoc (there is a r/pandoc, too). When it comes to exporting books, output formats include .html, ms word (I guess what they want to say, .docx, though a speculation), or .epub. Pandoc's main site reports epub with the two-sided arrow, for both standard 2 and 3, for import and export. So chances are, that this can be used for pandoc's conversion to .org (equally permitting import/export), too. Typically, you run something like
  • latex alternative that works with word?
    4 projects | | 21 Nov 2022
    Especially if the level of math is not too high/complex, have a look markdown (e.g., which works really well for to convert in many other formats (including .docx, .odt, .tex .html, etc.) and be equally welcome on r/pandoc.
    4 projects | | 21 Nov 2022
    Pandoc can convert files
    4 projects | | 21 Nov 2022
    You can use markup languages like org-mode or markdown to convert them to other formats like LaTeX or Word or HTML with Pandoc. Pandoc supports several formats, you can read about them here. You can write latex equations to cite bibliography in a very easy way and it’s gets carried over to the other format.
  • Show HN: I am building a new Python library to read/write PDF files
    17 projects | | 17 Nov 2022
    > the most reliable way of generating PDFs

    See pandoc:

    And a variety of intermediate or input text formats, where you can pick your preferred poison whether for book publishing, research papers, math papers, technical documentation, slides, etc.

    Including the author's own djot:

What are some alternatives?

When comparing markdown-it-texmath and pandoc you can also consider the following projects:

pandoc-highlighting-extensions - Extensions to Pandoc syntax highlighting

obsidian-html - :file_cabinet: A simple tool to convert an Obsidian vault into a static directory of HTML files.

obsidian-export - Rust library and CLI to export an Obsidian vault to regular Markdown

Obsidian-MD-To-PDF - A command line python script to convert Obsidian md files to a pdf

vimwiki - Personal Wiki for Vim

kramdown - kramdown is a fast, pure Ruby Markdown superset converter, using a strict syntax definition and supporting several common extensions.

wavedrom - :ocean: Digital timing diagram rendering engine

logseq - A local-first, non-linear, outliner notebook for organizing and sharing your personal knowledge base. Use it to organize your todo list, to write your journals, or to record your unique life.

mdx - Markdown for the component era

MathJax - Beautiful and accessible math in all browsers

skylighting - A Haskell syntax highlighting library with tokenizers derived from KDE syntax highlighting descriptions

WeasyPrint - The awesome document factory