I'd like to create clever system for documentation in combination with LaTeX and Git. My idea is following.
1. To have ability to write articles in Confluence, via Confluence web UI, but under the hood to have LaTeX syntax.
2. To have possibility to store Confluence articles in Git and vice versa, so when
3. someone is writing in LaTeX using e.g. Vim, can push source into Git.
4. Git will have hook into Confluence (maybe with the middle pause with some build tool) and push code into Confluence.
Is this possible to achieve with the confluence? Or is there another way?
We are using 6.4.3
Thanks in advance
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