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Functions for generating pandoc command line arguments

Functions that assist in creating various types of pandoc command line arguments (e.g. for templates, table of contents, highlighting, and content includes)

Usage
pandoc_variable_arg(name, value)

pandoc_include_args(in_header = NULL, before_body = NULL, after_body = NULL)

pandoc_highlight_args(highlight, default = "tango")

pandoc_latex_engine_args(latex_engine)

pandoc_toc_args(toc, toc_depth = 3)

Arguments
name
Name of template variable to set.
value
Value of template variable.
in_header
One or more files with content to be included in the header of the document.
before_body
One or more files with content to be included before the document body.
after_body
One or more files with content to be included after the document body.
highlight
The name of a pandoc syntax highlighting theme.
default
The highlighting theme to use if "default" is specified.
latex_engine
LaTeX engine for producing PDF output. Options are "pdflatex", "lualatex", and "xelatex".
toc
TRUE to include a table of contents in the output.
toc_depth
Depth of headers to include in table of contents.
Details

Non-absolute paths for resources referenced from the in_header, before_body, and after_body parameters are resolved relative to the directory of the input document.

Value

  • A character vector with pandoc command line arguments

Aliases
  • pandoc_args
  • pandoc_highlight_args
  • pandoc_include_args
  • pandoc_latex_engine_args
  • pandoc_toc_args
  • pandoc_variable_arg
Examples
library(rmarkdown)

pandoc_include_args(before_body = "header.htm")
pandoc_include_args(before_body = "header.tex")

pancoc_highlight_args("kate")

pandoc_latex_engine_args("pdflatex")

pandoc_toc_args(toc = TRUE, toc_depth = 2)
Documentation reproduced from package rmarkdown, version 0.6.1, License: GPL-3

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