I was looking for a way to convert Google documents to AsciiDoc.
In that search I learned about AsciiDoc Processor which "kind of" works, but have two big issues: I cannot use it on my Google Apps domain that do no allow Google Add Ons and it did not handle images nor tables.
Thus I started looking for another solution.
Here I found gdocs2md which converts to MarkDown which is close enough and it was just a script I could use on Google App Domain. Even more awesome is that it supports basic tables and images. It still had some issues but I noticed this project has a tons of pull requests and that lead me to jacksonicson/gdocs2md which fixes a tons of the bugs.
After a bit of figuring out the logic I modified and extended this to convert to AsciiDoc instead of markdown.
The result is gdoc2adoc.
With this you just put in this code into your script editor and run
the conversion via the now added
The result can either be mailed to you as a zip or created as a
<original name>.adoc folder in you google drive.
You can see details on how to use it in the README.
I’ve been using it on a bunch of documents and found it useful.
Today I noticed via http://onethingwell.org that there is now a native Git client for iOS.
The client is called Working Copy and is available in the App Store.
I’m actually writing this blog post in it right now as a test.
It even supports uploading photos.
Once I commit (free) and push (needs app purchase) A Travis build is triggered that should result in Awestruct rendering and publishing this nice blog.
What is great by working copy is that it integrates with iOS 8 new feature of sharing and editing services so you can use it from and with any app.
Making it very interesting for on the go blogging and quick fixes.