Package Details: md2pdf-git 0.0.5.r3.g5d033c3-1

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Package Base: md2pdf-git
Description: A Python Markdown to PDF Converter
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Keywords: pdf,python,markdown
Licenses: MIT
Provides: md2pdf
Submitter: walwe
Maintainer: walwe
Last Packager: walwe
Votes: 13
Popularity: 0.69
First Submitted: 2023-05-28 09:45 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2024-03-27 07:47 (UTC)

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walwe commented on 2024-03-27 07:48 (UTC)

Added provides=('md2pdf')

txtsd commented on 2024-03-27 02:17 (UTC)

Could you do provides=('md2pdf') or let me have co-maintainer so I can do it? Thanks.

contraintuitiv commented on 2023-07-06 19:31 (UTC)

When I tried to install first, it tried to install wkhtmltopdf, that tried to install qt5-webkit, that seemed to be a process for hours.

changing wkhtmltopdf to wkhtmltopdf-static fixed this.

walwe commented on 2023-06-05 10:05 (UTC) (edited on 2023-06-05 10:05 (UTC) by walwe)

Package has been renamed to md2pdf-git. md2pdf uses wkhtmltopdf and does not depend on pandoc.

dreieck commented on 2023-03-24 18:50 (UTC) (edited on 2023-03-24 18:51 (UTC) by dreieck)


  • you use the latest checkout from a git repository.

So, according to the VCS packaging guidelines, you must rename your package to md2pdf-git (i.e. with the -git) suffix.

Please do so (upload new package and file a merge request for the old package), and provide appropriate conflicts and provides entries in the PKGBUILD of the renamed package.

  • Also, please strip off the leading v from $pkgver, as required by the VCS packaging guidelines.

  • Also, please add pandoc as dependency.

Thanks for maintaining!,

GregTheMadMonk commented on 2021-10-19 13:33 (UTC)

pandoc should probably be added as a dependency for this. Otherwise you'll get "Command not found: pandoc"

walwe commented on 2019-11-14 15:32 (UTC)

Archlinux just upgraded to python 3.8. If you have installed md2pdf before the upgrade, please reinstall md2pdf to assure it is installed for python 3.8.

You can verify you python version using: python --version

I am not aware of a way to avoid having to reinstall after a python upgrade.

dreieck commented on 2019-11-14 12:24 (UTC)

When running md2pdf, I get a python error:

/usr/bin/python: No module named md2pdf