Have you ever tried to convert Github Wiki into PDF?

  1. Go to Google Docs and copy and format all of your pages from Github Wiki.
  2. Find a tool that will automatically generate a doc from your Wiki repo.
  • Write in one place, copy to another
  • Not just copy, but copy and format all the code, images and so on, so on..
  • You remember, the product is in active development, a lot of changes to doc as well. Change wiki, go to Google Doc, find the place, make changes there. And you will be doing this a lot of times.
  • Generate a TOC (Table of contents) and render the pages in the same order as it was in my `_Sidebar.md` file (responsible for TOC, placed on the right, of Github Wiki)
  • Find and generate the page ids in whole file, not only for the page beginning
  • Support of Github Wiki links [[..]]
  • Highlight the code
  • Easy to customize the style
npm install -g github-wikito-converter
git clone https://github.com/yakivmospan/github-wikito-converter.wiki.git
gwtc ./github-wikito-converter.wiki

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Android Developer at Temy. Author. Contributor. Love what I do, working hard to become better and, of course, not forgetting to make some fun.

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