Can I use LaTeX to create a document which pulls information from many separate markdown files?

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  • pandoc

    Universal markup converter

    If you're comfortable with the command line, pandoc is probably the standard tool for this.

  • zim-desktop-wiki-markdown

    pfalcon's fork of Zim desktop wiki project - quick Markdown format support for notebooks, usability improvements, etc. Everything WIP.

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  • lua-filters

    A collection of lua filters for pandoc

    Sorry for the late reply, but the include-files Lua filter here sounds good for this. I've been getting into writing these kind of filters lately myself and its adding a whole new dimension of possibilities for whats possible with Pandoc.

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