markdown wiki for compiling documentation
Mandaris Moore III
mandaris.moore at gmail.com
Tue Jan 5 09:27:58 EST 2016
Good morning Renato,
It seems to me that you might be better served by keeping the markdown in some kind of source repository and then doing the conversion as needed.
You could set up a folder hierarchy to contain your source separately from the output and maybe have a commit hook to do the conversion (maybe).
If you insist on a wiki, I don’t know of any that exports individual pages as word documents but I haven’t been looking into something like that in a while.
> On Jan 5, 2016, at 3:08 AM, Renato Pontefice <renato.pontefice at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm very new to this group.
> I've just learned what markdow is and ho it works.
> I need a way, to produce some docs. I need a collaborative ( wiki?) repo, accessible for more people with ACL right.
> I also need to export the doc on various format (pdf, doc, HTML...).
> Could it be the right way?
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