Pandoc, extensible swiss tool for markup document conversion, has a major new release 3.0

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  • pandoc

    Universal markup converter

    There’s a package on that repository called pandoc-bin (link) which contains the binary executable of pandoc without needing its massive dependency list. Rather than compiling it and it’s dependencies manually, it just pulls the latest release from the pandoc GitHub, and installs the statically-compiled binary. The PKGBUILD shows you exactly how it’s done.

  • alpine-pandoc

    Docker container with Alpine Linux, Pandoc, PlantUML, and Sphinx.

    I was loosely working from this but obviously tried to trim out as much as I could while I was working through the issue:

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