As a brief note to self, if you need to convert an Asciidoc file named test1.adoc to HTML format, this command works:
asciidoc -o test1.html test1.adoc
Of course a key here is that you need the
asciidoc command installed. I installed it on my Mac with Homebrew, something like
brew install asciidoc. I don’t like the HTML that this approach generates, so I’ll keep looking for something better.
Update: Something better
I just found a better way to do this with AsciiDoctor:
asciidoctor -a stylesheet! myfile.adoc
This command creates a converted output file named myfile.html that includes a lot of CSS styling that I don’t want/need — for instance, it wraps every
<p> with a
<div class="paragraph"> — but at least the rest of the HTML seems like something I can work with.
Update 2: Something even better!
Best solution yet: I just created a Scala shell script to convert AsciiDoc to HTML.