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Offline Martin F

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Hi all,

We're doing our documentation via Jekyll docs, which for the most part works very well.
However, some users prefer to have an offline version, e.g. in PDF form.

We were wondering if some of you have good experiences with tools for this purpose?

We considered e.g. wkhtmltopdf and the ruby gem pdfkit - this could probably work, but it seems rather challenging to get the internal links to work properly. Alternatively we thought about if there would be a way to "bundle" the entire _site output into a single offline html file that could then be used by end users without an internet connection.

Any suggestions on these?

Martin
 

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