Re: Anyone using odpdown?

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On 22/10/2022 17:39, H wrote:
On 10/21/2022 12:45 PM, Leon Fauster via CentOS wrote:
Am 21.10.22 um 17:42 schrieb H:
On 10/20/2022 02:52 PM, H wrote:
Is anyone using odpdown to convert markdown files to OpenOffice Impress slide presentations under CentOS 7?

It is not available in the CentOS repositories I have searched.

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I got it to work. It requires python 2.7 and older versions of python modules reflecting that it was written around 2015.

I find this utility extremely useful and wish it was still maintained. If anyone knows of another markdown -> Impress converter, it would be great to know.

pandoc -t pptx -s > output.pptx

pptx is supported be LibreOffice Impress. As you are on EL7 I'm not sure if this works for you but it does on a recent EL version ...


I moved away a long time ago from LibreOffice for quick slides, all simply using a template and a markdown document :

Easy, doesn't come in my way and let me write some slides just even before giving the talk/presentation :)

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