easiest markdown to PDF conversion

Bowerbird at aol.com Bowerbird at aol.com
Wed Feb 29 16:51:43 EST 2012

if your only desire is to get a .pdf,
there are many solutions out there.

but that ignores a lot of variables
that might be important to people,
such as font, fontsize, leading, etc.

incorporating c.s.s. can help that;
but even so, there are factors that
matter, like pagesize, margins, etc.

and on top of that are page-related
phenomena, e.g., runheads, footers,
footnotes, page-numbers, and so on.

it can even become more complicated,
what with internal .pdf links, such as
the reference to "chapter 2" inside of
chapter 10, index items, and the like.

so let's a lot of room for improvement
if you want to succeed in this arena...


p.s. happy february 29th!
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