Andreas Semt <as / computer-leipzig.de> writes:

> Christian Neukirchen wrote:
>
>> Andreas Semt <as / computer-leipzig.de> writes:
>> 
>>>Thanks Tom!
>>>
>>>In the wiki page "How to export a site from this wiki" you write:
>>>--- snip ---
>>>The contents of this site are stored in flat files in the °∆contents°«
>>>folder of this wiki (soks-wiki/contents by default). They are the ones
>>>with the .textile ending. Should be pretty easy to transfer them to
>>>wherever you need.
>>>--- snap ---
>>>
>>>Does exists a converter from Textile -> PDF? Would be great! So i
>>>could print the wiki content to give it to some people who "love"
>>>printed pages ;-)
>> I hacked a simple HTML (generated by BlueCloth) to ConTeXt XSLT over
>> the weekend, it probably can be easily adjusted for RedCloth's HTML
>> usage too.
>> 
>
> Hello Christian!
>
> Do you have some code snippets laying around?

Sure, grab it at:

            http://kronavita.de/chris/data/md2context.xsl

> Also: "ConTeXt XSLT": Is that an own format/standard? Sounds new to me.

It's a XSLT to generate ConTeXt (which you then can convert to .pdf if
you have a recent TeX distribution).

> Greetings (again),
> Andreas
>
>> 
>>>Greetings,
>>>Andreas
>>>
>> 
>
>

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