reoff-unified-latex
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reoff-unified-latex

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Plugin for reoff that takes an ooxast tree and turns it into a unified-latex tree, allowing for .docx to .tex conversion

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What is this?

When should I use this?

Install

This package is ESM only. In Node.js (version 12.20+, 14.14+, 16.0+, 18.0+), install as

pnpm add reoff-unified-latex
# or with yarn
# yarn add reoff-unified-latex
# or with npm
# npm install reoff-unified-latex

Use

API


default()

Plugin to bridge or mutate to unified-latex

If a destination is given, runs the destination with the new jast tree (bridge-mode). Without destination, returns the jast tree: further plugins run on that tree (mutate-mode).

This is done so that you can use this plugin as either the plugin before the stringify plugin, or the plugin before another mutate plugin

Signature

default(this: Processor<void, Root, void, void>, ...settings: [Processor, Options?]): void | Transformer<Root, Root>;

Parameters

Name Type
this Processor<void, Root, void, void>
...settings [Processor, Options?]

Returns

void | Transformer<Root, Root>

Defined in: node_modules/.pnpm/unified@10.1.2/node_modules/unified/index.d.ts:531

Plugin to bridge or mutate to unified-latex

If a destination is given, runs the destination with the new jast tree (bridge-mode). Without destination, returns the jast tree: further plugins run on that tree (mutate-mode).

This is done so that you can use this plugin as either the plugin before the stringify plugin, or the plugin before another mutate plugin

Signature

default(this: Processor<void, Root, void, void>, ...settings: [Options?] | void[]): void | Transformer<Root, Root>;

Parameters

Name Type
this Processor<void, Root, void, void>
...settings [Options?]

Returns

void | Transformer<Root, Root>

Defined in: node_modules/.pnpm/unified@10.1.2/node_modules/unified/index.d.ts:531


Options

Properties

bibliography?

string | Data[]

A bibliography you can add manually

Needs to be in CSL format, which will be converted to BibTeX, or in BibTeX format

Defined in: libs/ooxast/ooxast-util-to-unified-latex/src/lib/types.ts:146

bibname?

string

Name of the bibliography file

Default

'bibliography.bib'

Defined in: libs/ooxast/ooxast-util-to-unified-latex/src/lib/types.ts:47

citationType?

"endnote" | "mendeley" | "word" | "citavi" | "zotero"

What type of citation is used?

Default

'zotero'

Defined in: libs/ooxast/ooxast-util-to-unified-latex/src/lib/types.ts:70

collectCitation?

Function

Type declaration

Signature`

(citation: any, index: string | number): any;

Parameters`

Name Type
citation any
index string

Returns`

any

Defined in: libs/ooxast/ooxast-util-to-unified-latex/src/lib/types.ts:72

columnSeparator?

boolean

Should a column separator be added to tables? i.e. should | be added to the beginning and end of each row?

Default

false

Defined in: libs/ooxast/ooxast-util-to-unified-latex/src/lib/types.ts:52

defaultCol?

string

What column should be used as the default column?

e.g l for left, r for right, c for center

Default

'l'

Defined in: libs/ooxast/ooxast-util-to-unified-latex/src/lib/types.ts:127

displayMath?

"align" | "equation" | "equation*" | "align*" | "$$" | "[]"

What type of display math should be used?

-$$: $$ ... $$

-[]: [ ... \]

-equation | equation* | align | align*: \begin{...} ... \end{...}

Default

'equation'

Defined in: libs/ooxast/ooxast-util-to-unified-latex/src/lib/types.ts:86

document?

boolean

Defined in: libs/ooxast/ooxast-util-to-unified-latex/src/lib/types.ts:27

documentClass?

object

{
    name: string;
    options?: string[];
}

Options for the document class

Default
Type declaration
Member Type Description
name string Name of the document class Default 'article'
options? string[] Options for the document class Default undefined

Defined in: libs/ooxast/ooxast-util-to-unified-latex/src/lib/types.ts:56

handlers?

object

Handlers for specific node types

Index signature
Type declaration

Defined in: libs/ooxast/ooxast-util-to-unified-latex/src/lib/types.ts:26

inlineMath?

"$" | "()"

What type of inline math should be used? -$: $ ... $ -() : \(...\)

Default

'$'

Defined in: libs/ooxast/ooxast-util-to-unified-latex/src/lib/types.ts:102

italics?

"emph" | "textit"

Should italics be rendered as \textit or \emph?

Default

'emph'

Defined in: libs/ooxast/ooxast-util-to-unified-latex/src/lib/types.ts:43

newLines?

boolean

Defined in: libs/ooxast/ooxast-util-to-unified-latex/src/lib/types.ts:28

packages?

(string | { name: string; options: string[]; })[]

A list of packages to add to the preamble

by default, the following packages are added:

  • xcolor (if xcolor is enabled)
  • hyperref
  • graphicx
  • caption
  • tabularx (if tabularx is enabled)

Defined in: libs/ooxast/ooxast-util-to-unified-latex/src/lib/types.ts:158

parseCitation?

Function

Type declaration

Signature`

(citation: any): any;

Parameters`

Name Type
citation any

Returns`

any

Defined in: libs/ooxast/ooxast-util-to-unified-latex/src/lib/types.ts:71

preamble?

string | Node[]

A list of commands and other stuff to add to the preamble

You are responsible for making sure that the commands are valid LaTeX and that they can be used in the preamble.

You need to directly use the unified-latex types here, or you can just put it in raw

Default

'\title{}'

Example
import { m, args } from '@unified-latex/unified-latex-types'

const options = {
 preamble: [
  // \author{Leeroy Jenkins}
  m('author', 'Leeroy Jenkins'),
  // \title{The Adventures of Leeroy Jenkins}
  m('title', 'The Adventures of Leeroy Jenkins'),
  // \somemacrowithoptions[optional1][optional2]{firstArg}{secondArg}
  m(
     'somemacrowithoptions',
     args(
        ['optional1', 'optional2', 'firstArg', 'secondArg'],
       { braces: '[][]{}{}'}
      )
   ),
  ]
}

Defined in: libs/ooxast/ooxast-util-to-unified-latex/src/lib/types.ts:192

quotes?

string[]

Defined in: libs/ooxast/ooxast-util-to-unified-latex/src/lib/types.ts:29

relations?

object

Index signature
Type declaration

Defined in: libs/ooxast/ooxast-util-to-unified-latex/src/lib/types.ts:74

strikethrough?

"st" | "sout" | "s"

Defined in: libs/ooxast/ooxast-util-to-unified-latex/src/lib/types.ts:103

tabularx?

boolean | { width?: string; }

Should tabularx be used instead of tabular?

Default

false

Defined in: libs/ooxast/ooxast-util-to-unified-latex/src/lib/types.ts:132

title?

string

The title of the document

If this is not set, the title will be taken from the heading with the "Title" style.

Default

undefined

Defined in: libs/ooxast/ooxast-util-to-unified-latex/src/lib/types.ts:119

topSection?

number

What the top section should be -1 = part 0 = chapter 1 = section 2 = subsection 3 = subsubsection 4 = paragraph 5 = subparagraph

Defined in: libs/ooxast/ooxast-util-to-unified-latex/src/lib/types.ts:39

xcolor?

boolean

Are you using xcolor?

Disabling this will remove the xcolor package from the preamble and remove color related commands from the output.

Default

true

Defined in: libs/ooxast/ooxast-util-to-unified-latex/src/lib/types.ts:111

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