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Markdown conversion made simple
chapeau is a Markdown to PDF conversion command-line tool, written in Node.
The project is aiming to be a simple and customizable in terms of styling.
There are literally tons of Markdown to PDF tools out there, and i love some of them. But none seemed to fit me personally so i decided to make my own.
chapeau is really simple, it's just a tidy command-line tool. You can use
your favorite editor, and more importantly use it offline, and easily convert
multiple files at once.
I personally use
chapeau everyday, and I hope you love it too. :black_nib:
npm install -g chapeau
chapeau, simply run the
Or for converting multiple files you can for instance use the good ol' Unix-wildcard selector
chapeau will convert the markdown files (only supports .md extension at this time),
to PDFs in the same directory with the same name, i.e
For the further details of the
chapeau command, please enter
chapeau -h or
I welcome every contribution on
chapeau. You may start from forking and cloning
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:your_username/chapeau.git
Or just help out by creating issues.
Chapeau is released under the MIT License.