pandoc-memoir - Convert Markdown to beautiful PDF using pandoc, LaTeX, and chocolate donuts.

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This is a memoir bootstrap package for pandoc, heavily inspired by dataMineR. It features a nice chapter style as well as bibliography and code support. You need a working installation of pandoc to use this. To create a pdf file from this text, simply call make inside this directory. Adjust the makefile to your own needs.



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