Monthly Archives: September 2014

A huge Powershell one-liner for Pandoc pdf-ing

So I have a directory containing markdown files, and also subdirectories, and sub-subdirectories, and so on, all containing my markdown files that I keep personal notes in. I find this an incredibly effective system as I can swiftly move around, search and edit these files in gVim. This directory is easily copyable to my smartphones, which can easily open text files in various ways, but sometimes pdf is simpler to open and search on a smartphone. So I would like all of these markdown files to be converted (by¬†Pandoc) to pdf, and I would like to do this from time to time, efficiently. This would be helpful for use on my smartphones but have the added benefit that if I want someone else to access my personal notes, they’d be in both markdown and pdf format, which would be much easier for everyone. Read more ›