I decided to release the Pandoc program – as shown in the screenshot above, there is a command line waiting for you after startup. It is designed to convert files from one tag format to another. The author is John McFarlane, a famous and respected university philosophy professor in California. Since the first version of the converter was released, software has become one of the most widely used tools in the industry. The list of supported partitions is very large, just to mention a few: Markdown, HTML, latex, Microsoft Word, OpenOffice/LibreOffice, EPUB, PDF.
A key function of Pandoc is to maintain the format of the original document to the maximum extent, making it an ideal choice for conversion between different document formats, while maintaining the structure and appearance of the original document. In addition, the program supports various extensions, allowing users to add additional functions and settings during the conversion process.
Format conversion: documents can be converted from one format to another, some of which are slightly higher in the description, and others are on the author’s page
Document structure: The structure of the source document can be preserved, including title, list, table, image and other elements, allowing users to retain the appearance and atmosphere of the source document
Personalization: supports various extensions, allowing users to add additional functions and settings during the conversion process, such as adding footnotes, directories and custom styles
Cross-platform compatibility: the software can be used for Windows, macOS and Linux
Automation: can automate batch processing, allowing users to convert multiple documents at the same time, making it an ideal choice for large document conversion projects
Integration with other tools: Pandoc can be integrated with other tools such as version control system to make it easier for users to track changes in documents
Open source code: an open source software that allows users to access its source code, customize it according to their needs, and make contributions to its development.