Transmuter is a command line tool to convert Markdown and Textile files into HTML or PDF, or HTML files to PDF.
Install the Transmuter gem if you haven't already:
$ gem install transmuter
$ sudo easy_install pygments
Pygments is also part of the Debian and Gentoo Linux distributions, and you can install it via the regular package managers. For example, in Ubuntu:
$ sudo aptitude install python-pygments
You can also install it from source.
You can check the help facility:
$ transmute --help
Generate PDF from a Markdown file with the default CSS:
$ transmute file.md
Generate HTML from a Markdown file with the default CSS:
$ transmute file.md -t html
Generate HTML from a Markdown file with custom CSS:
$ transmute file.md -t html -s custom.css
Generate HTML from a Markdown file with several custom CSS files specified by separating the file names with spaces:
$ transmute file.md -t html -s custom1.css custom2.css
For bugs and feature request, please use Github issues, for other requests, you can contact me by email.
This code is free to use under the terms of the MIT license.
Copyright (c) 2014 Wael Nasreddine <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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