pandoc-citeproc-preamble VS pandoc-crossref

Compare pandoc-citeproc-preamble vs pandoc-crossref and see what are their differences.

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pandoc-citeproc-preamble pandoc-crossref
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0.0 7.9
over 1 year ago 28 days ago
Haskell Haskell
GNU General Public License v3.0 only GNU General Public License v2.0 only
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Tracking mentions began in Dec 2020.


Posts with mentions or reviews of pandoc-crossref. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects.
  • Is there a way to use pandoc-crossref for foonotes?
    1 project | /r/linuxquestions | 18 May 2023
    i was going through this link but couldn't find anything for footnotes.
  • Latex-like Figures and Section Referencing in Obsidian
    1 project | /r/ObsidianMD | 26 Jan 2023
    Hi everyone, I've recently been working on my dissertation and found it a bit hard to find any resources on how to reference image and sections in markdown just like in LaTeX. On Discord I didn't seem to get any replies and in the forum I could only find things like using HTML blocks. Well, I've found a way to do this, similar to how citations work using the pandoc-crossref filter ( Essentially it works like this:```![your nice caption](your_img_path.png){#fig:your_fig_name}```And in-text, reference the figure with: @fig:your_fig_name . The same can be done with sections.If anyone needs a step-by-step guide, I've updated my article on using Obsidian for Academic Writing:
  • Figure Referencing
    1 project | /r/Zettlr | 19 Oct 2021

What are some alternatives?

When comparing pandoc-citeproc-preamble and pandoc-crossref you can also consider the following projects:

pandoc-japanese-filters - Pandoc filters to treat Japanese-specific markups

pandoc-citeproc - Library and executable for using citeproc with pandoc

pandoc-csv2table - A Pandoc filter that renders CSV as Pandoc Markdown Tables.

pandoc-include - An include filter for Pandoc

pandoc-placetable - Pandoc filter to include CSV data (from file or URL)

pandoc - Universal markup converter

sundown - Haskell bindings to the sundown markdown library

text-format-heavy - Full-weight Haskell string formatting library, analog of Python's string.format