This project provides a GUI for Pandoc by using JavaFX. It's a kind of prototype for me to learn JavaFX.
Java, JavaFX, Spring, CSS, Maven
- You can download the source code, compile the files and run the
- An application opens with multiple text fields and some buttons. You need to specify the location of your Pandoc executable, the output file you want to create and at least one file you want to convert.
- Optional: add command options.
- Then click "Generate" and the corresponding Pandoc command is generated.
- Check generated command and click "Execute!" to execute the command.
- Be happy :)
- Add options by mouse click, without typing them by yourself.
- Allow to change ordering of input files
- Don't allow duplicate input files
- Print out Pandoc's output if available
- Know the last viewed directory for all file dialogs
- Open output file or directory after successful conversion
The MIT License (MIT)
Copyright (c) 2015 Sebastian Hesse
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