pandoc --wrap=none -f html -t asciidoc myfile.html > myfile.adoc
The wrapping part of that command isn’t 100% necessary, but if you don’t use it, Pandoc will wrap the plain paragraph text, which I don’t like because I’ll be editing the resulting AsciiDoc text.
Here’s some of the AsciiDoc text that this command generated:
[[problem]] Problem ~~~~~~~ The Scala Build Tool (SBT) doesn’t include a command to create a new http://scala-lang.org/[Scala] project, and you’d like to quickly and easily create the directory structure for a new project. [[solution]] Solution ~~~~~~~~ Use either a shell script or a tool like Giter8 to create your project’s directory structure. Both approaches are shown here. [[use-a-shell-script]] Use a shell script ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
There may be a way to control what sort of AsciiDoc tags are emitted — such as using
== instead of
~~~ — but I haven’t looked into that yet.