Hey, guys. We're using Confluence for our documentation so dev can add raw content, etc. For producing finished documents, we've been using the Scroll PDF Exporter (and sometimes the Scroll HTML Exporter).
Now, we want to get the documentation up onto a GitLab developers site. We're using Hugo and Markdown source. Up until now, we've just been putting the PDF files up, but now they want the docs to be more integral to the site.
Any suggestions on how to get Markdown out of Confluence?
FYI, we use included pages and a few tables, just to complicate things.
Thanks for any help you can provide.
You might find this previous question helpful: https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/235590. I don't think much has changed since then on the Atlassian side.
However, there are 3rd parties looking at this, for example: https://www.npmjs.com/package/confluence-to-github-markdown I've got no idea how well that tool works, but it might be worth looking at, especially if you've got a lot of pages to convert.
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