I am looking for a workflow to enable 'only Word' people to keep working with their favorite editor while:
- enabling developpers to use
- use a robust saving format managable with
- prevent template breaks
So the idea is :
docx --> MD | LaTeX --> docx
This looks right and there are many posts here explaining how to do it with
Pandoc in both directions like this one.
But when it comes to complex formating like here:
How to manage it ? There is no complex types in
I would like the
MD code to look as this pseudo code:
## Interconnection **Rule RRR-1.01** : it is $MANDATORY to ..... $Precision * It is ..... * It is necessary to ..... * One shall .....
$MANDATORYwould be a kind of macro or type name defined to write 'MANDATORY' in bold and blue color
$Precisionwould be replaced by a
HTMLdefinition providing the frame, the icon, etc, and embedding what is indented underneeth.
As far as I know,
MD does not support macro definitions, and the
Pandoc extended MD does not include such complex formating capabilities, unless by using raw html insertion, what is forbidden for my sweet users.
LaTeX instead of MD would be acceptable for non developper people, provided they don't have to know anything about it (developper people would use only
MD --> pdf | docx and no complex formatting). Even a solution like
LyX won't be adopted.
I would like to stick to
MD and avoid
LaTeX if possible to avoid too much training. The solution should work both from
MD and from