[FM Discuss] Ardour3 manual update and question
andre at andrecastro.info
Tue Jun 30 11:54:35 PDT 2015
On 06/29/2015 11:27 PM, Mick FM wrote:
> On 29/06/15 21:34, Bruno Ruviaro wrote:
>> Hi Mick,
>> The current version of the Ardour tutorial is a collection of
>> markdown files on GitHub
>> (https://github.com/brunoruviaro/ardour3-floss-tutorial/), with
>> associated images saved in a separate folder. Is there a way to
>> import this back into booktype? I'd like to give it a try.
> A quick google shows that markdown files can be converted to epub
> files using pandoc tool. I can remember doing that.
> But I'm not sure how pandoc would handle a series of files or know
> what order they are in.
> Can anyone on this list help? If not it may be one for the 80cc
> mailing list.
For pandoc to export to epub(2 and 3) all the source text files must be
assembled onto one single file. But it is simple a concatenation.
Something like: $ for i in folder/*.md; do cat $i >> book.md; done
If you have footnotes or metadata in each markdown, scripts have to
reorganize them in new file, but it is also simple.
In pandoc's conversion to epub, you must indicate at what level you want
the chapters to be generate: heading 1 or 2.
But it is essentially that.
I have assembled a series of simple scripts, triggered by a makefile, to
perform this (and other) conversion.
Fell welcome to use
hope it helps
> I think I saw you were using jekyll to generate pages.
> If so, these links may also help. https://github.com/glejeune/jekyll-epub
>> There was a major release of Ardour just this month (from 3.5 to
>> 4.0), so at some point this Summer we'll update the tutorial to
>> Ardour 4.0. This would be a good time to test and see if it makes
>> sense to move the Ardour tutorial from its current GitHub location.
>> Side question: can booktype export content as markdown files, if needed?
> I think that may be easier by exporting an epub from Booktype and
> feeding it to pandoc to create mark up.
> If you manage to create an epub let me know and we can test the next
> nice one
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