pandoc-latex-template - A pandoc LaTeX template to convert markdown files to PDF or LaTeX.

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A clean pandoc LaTeX template to convert your markdown files to PDF or LaTeX. It is designed for lecture notes and exercises with a focus on computer science. The template is compatible with pandoc 2. Install pandoc from http://pandoc.org/. You also need to install LaTeX.

https://github.com/Wandmalfarbe/pandoc-latex-template

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