[Haskell-cafe] Generating PDF from HTML with Pandoc

Conrad Cunningham hcc.olemiss at gmail.com
Tue Jun 9 13:22:38 UTC 2020

With Pandoc, you might try using the Context engine to generate the PDF
instead of the default pdflatex.

I have no idea about Cyrillic characters or processing HTML directly, but
the Context engine seemed to work better when I wanted to process Markdown
and generate tagged PDFs for accessibility.


H. Conrad Cunningham, D.Sc.
Professor Emeritus
Computer & Information Science
University of Mississippi, USA

On Tue, Jun 9, 2020 at 3:51 AM Albert Krewinkel <albert+haskell at zeitkraut.de>

> Hi Arthur,
> Geraldus writes:
> > I'm trying to achieve trivial task to generate PDF from HTML template
> using
> > Pandoc.
> >
> > So far I've tried `wkhtmltopdf` and `pdflatex` creators, both with no
> luck.
> I second Patrick's suggestion to use wkhtmltopdf directly.
> You may also want to post this question to the [pandoc-discuss] mailing
> list, as this appears to be more of a pandoc than a Haskell question.
> Cheers,
> Albert
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