Extension to python-markdown to support LaTeX (rather than html) output.
Authored by Rufus Pollock: <http://www.rufuspollock.org/>
1. Command Line. A script entitled markdown2latex.py is automatically installed. For details of usage see help:
$ markdown2latex.py -h
As a python-markdown extension:
>>> import markdown >>> md = markdown.Markdown(None, extensions=['latex']) >>> # text is input string ... >>> latex_out = md.convert(text)
Directly as a module (slight inversion of std markdown extension setup):
>>> import markdown >>> import mdx_latex >>> md = markdown.Markdown() >>> latex_mdx = mdx_latex.LaTeXExtension() >>> latex_mdx.extendMarkdown(md, markdown.__dict__) >>> out = md.convert(text)
Version: 1.0 (November 15, 2006)
- First working version (compatible with markdown 1.5)
- Includes support for tables
Version: 1.1 (January 17, 2007)
- Support for verbatim and images
Version: 1.2 (June 2008)
- Refactor as an extension.
- Make into a proper python/setuptools package.
- Tested with markdown 1.7 but should work with 1.6 and (possibly) 1.5 (though pre/post processor stuff not as worked out there)
- Version 1.3: (July 2008)
- Improvements to image output (width)
- Version 1.3.1: (August 2009)
- Tiny bugfix to remove duplicate keyword argument and set zip_safe=False
- Add [width=\textwidth] by default for included images