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// By default, Pandoc is installed in /usr/local/bin.
// If this is different on your setup, modify this setting.
"install_path": "/usr/local/bin",
// In order to produce PDF output, Pandoc needs to know where your
// pdfLaTeX lives. Change according to your setup.
"texbin_path": "/usr/texbin",
// Pandoc apparently doesn't search for values for its --include
// arguments anywhere but the working directory, which makes
// working from a standard stylesheet or standard script
// sort of tedious. Set a list of paths here if you'd like the plugin
// to always check for these somewhere else. If this is set, the plugin
// will prefer a file in the working directory, then in the first path
// provided, then in the second, and so on; if it cannot find a file,
// it will pass the raw setting to Pandoc. (So it's still safe to specify
// absolute paths.)
// Should the output file always be opened in its native application,
// regardless of whether Build-->Run is invoked?
"always_open": false,
// Should the output file be loaded in a new Sublime column?
// This is disabled by default because it's unusual behavior,
// and overridden by several of the build variants whose output
// cannot be opened in Sublime.
"always_display": false,
// Pandown includes support for the CriticMarkup extension to Markdown.
// For more information, see
"preprocess_critic": false,
// There's really no need to make any changes here; the preferred way to set
// all of this is in Packages/User/Pandown.sublime-settings, or in an individual
// project's pandoc-config.json file. If you haven't yet, take a look at
// the readme for information about configuring these options.
// Arguments are explained in Pandoc's documentation: //
// . //
// The contents of this file will be merged with the package's //
// Pandown.sublime-settings file, the user's Pandown.sublime-settings/
// file, and local project settings, with what's specified here //
// taking precedence. For more information about how to use this //
// file, please see the Pandown README. //
// A backslash followed by a newline is also a line break.
"escaped_line_breaks": true,
// Require a blank line before a header.
"blank_before_header": true,
// Headers can be assigned attributes using this syntax at the end of
// the line containing the header text:
// {#identifier .class .class key=value key=value}
"header_attributes": true,
// A header without specified attributes will automatically be assigned
// a unique identifier based on the header text.
"auto_identifiers": true,
// Pandoc assumes header references have been defined for each header.
"implicit_header_references": true,
// Require a blank line before block quotes. In nested blockquotes,
// require:
// > Quotation
// >
// > > Quotation within quotation.
"blank_before_blockquote": true,
// Fence code blocks off with tildes or backticks.
"fenced_code_blocks": true,
// Start lines with pipe characters to and the division into lines and
// leading whitespace will be preserved. Useful for setting verse and
// addresses.
"line_blocks": true,
// Pandoc allows fancier numbering using uppercase letters, lowercase
// letters and Roman numerals. List markers may be enclosed in parentheses
// or followed by a single right-parenthesis or period, then two spaces.
"fancy_lists": true,
// Pandoc will pay attention to the starting number for each list.
"startnum": true,
// Pandoc supports definition lists; see documentation here for the
// correct syntax:
"definition_lists": true,
// The list marker (@) can be used to sequentially number examples in
// a way that persists throughout the document.
"example_lists": true,
// Pandoc supports four kinds of tables, the syntax for which is given at:
"simple_tables": true,
"multiline_tables": true,
"grid_tables": true,
"pipe_tables": true,
// A table caption is a paragraph beginning with the string "Table:" or a
// colon alone. It may be placed at the beginning or end of a table.
"table_captions": true,
// Pandoc allows the inclusion of a title block that will not appear in
// the body of the document:
// % Title
// % Author(s) (separated by semicolons)
// % Date
"pandoc_title_block": true,
// A backslash may be used to escape any Markdown symbol.
"all_symbols_escapable": true,
// Using underscores within a word for emphasis is disabled by
// default. Use * instead.
"intraword_underscores": false,
// To strike letters in your text, surround them with ~~two tildes~~.
"strikeout": true,
// Superscripts may be written by surrounding text with ^ characters,
// subscripts by surrounding text with ~ characters. Escape spaces within
// scripts using \ .
"superscript": true,
"subscript": true,
// Add attribtues, including syntax highlighting, to inline code.
"inline_code_attributes": true,
// Text between two $ characters will be rendered as LaTeX math.
"tex_math_dollars": true,
// The default behavior in Markdown allows you to insert raw HTML
// anywhere in a document.
"raw_html": true,
// By default, Pandoc interprets Markdown in blocks of HTML as Markdown.
// This deviates from's default behavior.
"markdown_in_html_blocks": true,
// Pandoc allows raw TeX to be passed in addition to raw HTML.
"raw_tex": true,
// If set to `true`, Pandoc will use \newcommand and \renewcommand
// definitions in all LaTeX math blocks.
"latex_macros": true,
// An image occurring by itself in a paragraph will be rendered as a
// figure with a caption: ![This is the caption](path/to/image.jpg)
"implicit_figures": true,
// Pandoc will parse footnotes in the syntax listed here:
"footnotes": true,
"inline_notes": true,
// Use the syntax given here for citations:
"citations": true,
// All newlines within a paragraph will be interpreted as linebreaks
// rather than spaces.
"hard_line_breaks": false,
// Anything between \( and \) will be interpreted as TeX inline math,
// and anything between \[ and \] as TeX display math.
"tex_math_single_backslash": false,
// Same as above, but escaped with two backslashes.
"tex_math_double_backslash": false,
// Markdown is only parsed within block-level tags if `markdown=1` is
// set in their attributes.
"markdown_attribute": false,
// Enables a MultiMarkdown-style title block:
// Title: My Title
// Author: Arthur Author
// Date: January 1, 2013
// Comment: This is a mmd title block, and it even includes
// a field spanning multiple lines.
"mmd_title_block": false,
// Skip PHP Markdown Extra abbreviation keys instead of parsing them
// as paragraphs if set to `true`.
"abbreviations": false,
// Makes all absolute URLs into links, even when not enclosed in <...>.
"autolink_bare_uris": false,
// Parse (but ignore, at the moment) MMD-style key--value attribtues
// in image and link references.
"link_attributes": false,
// Parses MMD-style header identifiers (in square brackets between header
// text and closing ATX #s.
"mmd_header_identifiers": false
// Modify this setting to tell Pandoc to look for any of the following
// in the specified directory rather than ~/.pandoc or Pandoc's default
// directory tree. Note that this is not an all-purpose includes
// directory---Pandoc will only look for these files and folders.
// data_dir/
// |-- reference.odt
// |-- reference.docx
// |-- default.csl
// |-- epub.css
// |-- slidy/
// |-- slideous/
// |-- s5/
// |-- templates/
// Anything placed under templates and will be found by the "template"
// setting; otherwise, to set an include directory, use the "includes_paths"
// option above.
"data-dir": "",
// "Parse untranslatable HTML codes and LaTeX environments as
// raw HTML or LaTeX, instead of ignoring them."
"parse-raw": true,
// Straight quotes into curly quotes, --- to em-dash, -- to en-dash,
// ... to ellipsis, nonbreaking spaces after certain abbreviations.
"smart": true,
// - before a numeral to en-dash, -- to em-dash
"old-dashes": false,
// "Speficy the base level for headers"
// Specify a number or "false" to disable.
"base-header-level": false,
// Apply code classes to all indented code blocks. N.B.:
// does not apply to fenced code, which must still be
// configured inline.
// "indented-code-classes": [],
// and so is this:
// "indented-code-classes": [ "numberLines" ],
// but this is not:
// "indented-code-classes": "numberLines"
// When image paths or URLs have no extension, this one
// will be used.
"default-image-extension": "",
// Merge adjacent elements, remove repeated spaces, etc.
"normalize": true,
// Set the number of spaces per tab. Should be set to
// "false" (for default behavior) or a number.
"tab-stop": false,
// Generate "an appropriate header and footer"
"standalone": true,
// Use a template file other than the default to
// generate output. Pandoc will look for a template in the
// working directory, then data_dir/templates/, then its
// built-in directory tree.
// See Pandoc's README for information about templates:
"template": "",
// Supply a dict of keys and values to be passed to
// the template file. Values may be lists
// if your template includes loops; see this plugin's README.
// By default, text is wrapped for the output format.
"no-wrap": false,
// If wrapping text, wrap to "columns" columns.
// Specify a number or "false" to disable.
"columns": false,
// Generate and include a table of contents.
"table-of-contents": false,
// The number of section levels to include in the table of contents.
// Specify a number or "false" for default (3).
"toc-depth": false,
// Disable syntax highlighting globally.
"no-highlight": false,
// Style to use for syntax highlighting.
// Valid highlight_style values:
// "pygments" (default), "kate", "monochrome",
// "espresso", "zenburn", "haddock", "tango"
"highlight-style": "pygments",
// Supply lists of files---NOT single file names---to include verbatim in the output.
// This is correct:
// "include_in_header": [ "myfile" ]
// and this is not:
// "include_in_header": "myfile"
// Default templates support multiple includes.
// Insert just before </head>
"include-in-header": [],
// Insert just after <body>
"include-before-body": [],
// Insert includes just before </body>
"include-after-body": [],
// Convert includes to 'data:' URIs so that the
// output can be viewed offline.
"self-contained": false,
// Use <q> tags for quotes in HTML5 output
"html-q-tags": false,
// In HTML output ONLY, restrict to ASCII characters
// with numerical HTML entities.
"ascii": false,
// When outputting Markdown, use reference-style links (e.g. [go here!][1])
// rather than inline (e.g. [go here!](http://place.the) ).
"reference-links": false,
// Force use of ATX-style headers ("# H1", "## H2", etc.) in output.
// The default is to use a combination, with setext-style headers:
// H1
// ===
// for H1 and H2, then ATX.
"atx-headers": false,
// Top-level headers become TeX/Docbook chapters.
"chapters": false,
// Generate section numbers.
"number-sections": false,
// Sections in HTML output can be offset by a fixed number.
// The first number is added to the output for top-level
// headings, the second number to second-level headings,
// etc. Must be specified as a list.
// "Do not convert quotation marks, apostrophes, and dashes to the TeX ligatures"
"no-tex-ligatures": false,
// Use listings package for TeX code
"listings": false,
// In slideshow output, display list items one slide at a time.
"incremental": false,
// Header level at which to break slides. Above breaks sections, below
// creates subheads. Normally set based on context of document.
// See:
// Set to a number or "false" to disable.
"slide-level": false,
// Enclose sections in <div> or <section> tags, attach "id" attributes based on
// the section name.
"section-divs": false,
// Conceal mailto: links from robots.
// Acceptable values: "none", "javascript", "references"
"email-obfuscation": "javascript",
// "Specify a prefix to be added to all automatically generated identifiers
// in HTML output. This is useful for preventing duplicate identifiers when
// generating fragments to be included in other pages."
"id-prefix": "",
// Insert a string before the header title tag but not the body title
"title-prefix": "",
// Link to any number of CSS stylesheets
// without triggering the standalone include features.
// "Use the specified file as a style reference in producing a [desired] file.
// For best results, the reference [file] should be a modified version of
// a [desired] file produced using pandoc."
"reference-odt": "",
"reference-docx": "",
// "Use the specified CSS file to style the EPUB. If no stylesheet is specified,
// pandoc will look for a file epub.css in the user data directory (see --data-dir).
// If it is not found there, sensible defaults will be used."
"epub-stylesheet": "",
// Set cover to a specified image.
"epub-coverimage": "",
// Link to an XML file containing EPUB metadata in Dublin Core Elements format.
// See
"epub-metadata": "",
// Use the stylesheet specified to embed fonts. Should contain a series of
// @font-face elements and CSS describing where they're to be used.
"epub-embed-font": "",
// Appropriate values: "pdflatex" (default), "xelatex", "lulalatex"
"latex-engine": "",
// Specify bibliography database to be used in resolving citations. The database
// type will be determined from the extension of FILE, which may be .mods (MODS format),
// .bib (BibTeX/BibLaTeX format), .ris (RIS format), .enl (EndNote format), .xml (EndNote XML format),
// .wos (ISI format), .medline (MEDLINE format), .copac (Copac format), or .json (citeproc JSON).
// If you want to use multiple bibliographies, just use this option repeatedly.
"bibliography": "",
// Link to a CSL ( file for formatting citations.
"csl": "",
// "Specify a file containing abbreviations for journal titles and other
// bibliographic fields (indicated by setting form="short" in the CSL node
// for the field). The format is described at
"citation-abbreviations": "",
// Use natbib for LaTeX citations.
"natbib": false,
// Use BibLaTeX for LaTeX citations.
"biblatex": false,
// Place TeX math between <eq> tags in HTML output.
"gladtex": false,
// Each of the following can be false, true, or a URL string.
// Setting to a URL string implies true.
// Use to format TeX math. If no URL
// is specified, Pandoc will insert the code for you.
"latexmathml": false,
// Convert TeX math to MathML and include a JavaScript to display.
"mathml": false,
// Use for TeX math. URL must point
// to its load script, which will not be automatically added by Pandoc.
"jsmath": false,
// Use for TeX math. URL must point to MathJax.jds
// load script. If no URL is provided, Pandoc script will add one.
"mathjax": false,
// Render TeX math with mimetex ( If no
// URL is supplied, /cgi-bin/mimetex.cgi is assumed.
"mimetex": false,
// Render TeX formulas using an external script that converts TeX formulas
// to images. The formula will be concatenated with the URL provided.
// If URL is not specified, the Google Chart API will be used.
"webtex": false