Pandoc df thesis template

The D. Folio (df) template for writing a thesis dissertation using Pandoc.

Based on the “(df)modifiedMarkdown sources, this dissertation template can deal with many outputs dialect basically supported by Pandoc:

With the use of a full featured Makefile all the build process is performed automatically, obviously once it is configured properly!

This template is not intended to be a standalone direct use template:

  • Some packages (e.g. Pandoc, PP, LaTeX...) must be installed prior to take advantage of this template.
  • Some basic behaviors that you may not want have been defined and hard-coded in the Makefile. To disable some unwanted rules, it is necessary to know how to modify the Makefile properly.
  • From now, it is difficult to consider using this template without the Makefile!!!

At this time, this template is designed for mainly Linux distribution. Basically, with some few efforts this template can be used on another operating system (e.g. Windows and MacOS)... this is planed in future prospects (when I’ve got time!).

For any troubleshooting read, and (eventually) create an issue on pandoc-df-thesis GitHub repository.


Feel free (under the CC-By-4.0 terms) to modify/adapt this template for your own purpose (I will appreciate some me your feedbacks :+1:). To this aim you can:

  1. Fork it : go to the pandoc-df-thesis repository and hit the fork button in the upper right corner.
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  5. Create a new Pull Request with your contributions
  6. Please give me your feedbacks or share the template on your social-networks (show the [Github pages][doc] documentations for this)

For any troubleshooting read, and (eventually) [create an issue][this-issues] on [pandoc-df-thesis-template]this-repo repository.

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