I want something with easy footnotes, definition titles, semantic sections, section CWs, etc, without having to resort to inserting HTML, and keeping it human-readable.
@FiXato LaTeX? Not familiar with it personally, but it must have at least footnotes and semantic sections since it's for academic text.
@FiXato Yeah the trade-off between features and ease of use is tricky :/
@lj_writes yeah, especially it's an older format that tries to please everyone. I guess why I'm currently mostly considering rolling my own.
Unfortunately that would mean losing out on #GithubPages support and the likes, so for now I'm trying to work around it with little backward-compatible hacks.
@FiXato @lj_writes please don't roll your own format, there are already too many of them. you can use #latex with #GithubPages, see https://www.kodymirus.cz/overleaf-html-sample/main.html for example.
@michal_h21 using #GithubActions to deploy to #GithubPages (or I guess any other CI tool to convert and deploy to an alternative platform) is an interesting solution I hadn't actually considered yet, thanks. :)
#LaTeX does still look quite human-readable, apart from some of the complexer structures (the \verb part in the example for instance).
I'd have to experiment a bit with that to see if that would work out well enough for my usecase. :)
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