Sun, 26 May 2013

AsciiDoc is great, but...

I was recently(-ish) introduced to AsciiDoc by a rather strange individual.

Suffice to say I've pretty much fallen in love with it. It pretty much mirrors the way I type plain text documentation, but it manages to generate quite pretty HTML output. All of the advantages of plain text (I get to use Vim, version control Just Works, ...), with only one downside: no previews of what I'm doing.

So I did something about that: qinotify is a small Qt utility which monitors .asciidoc files with for changes, and displays the latest version of the HTML output.

posted at: 23:12 | path: / | [ 3 comments ]

Posted by A strange individual at Mon May 27 20:22:05 2013

You're welcome ;-)

Posted by trouble at Mon May 27 23:32:06 2013

What's wrong with LaTeX?

Posted by Kristof Provost at Mon May 27 23:33:49 2013

Insufficiently large brain.





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