WordPress to LaTeX with Pandoc and J: Using TeXfrWpxml.ijs (Part 3)

In this post I will describe how to use the J script TeXfrWpxml.ijs to generate LaTeX source from WordPress export XML.  I am assuming you have worked through (Part 1) and (Part 2) and have: Successfully installed and tested Pandoc. Installed and tested a version of J. Set up appropriate directories (Part 2). Know how … Continue reading WordPress to LaTeX with Pandoc and J: Using TeXfrWpxml.ijs (Part 3)

WordPress to LaTeX with Pandoc and J: LaTeX Directories (Part 2)

In this post I will describe the LaTeX directory structure the J script TeXfrWpxml.ijs is expecting. To convert WordPress export XML to LaTeX with this script you will have to set up similar directories. LaTeX documents are built from *.tex[1] files. This makes LaTeX more like a compiled programming language than a word processing program. … Continue reading WordPress to LaTeX with Pandoc and J: LaTeX Directories (Part 2)

WordPress to LaTeX with Pandoc and J: Prerequisites (Part 1)

There are no quick WordPress to LaTeX fixes Over the next three posts I will describe how to convert WordPress’s export XML to LaTeX source code.  I know that many of you are looking for a quick WordPress to LaTeX fix; unfortunately there are no quick fixes. The two formats come from different worlds and … Continue reading WordPress to LaTeX with Pandoc and J: Prerequisites (Part 1)