Convert OPML to PDF with a Bash Script

Many popular programs use a strange file format for data exports called OPML, or “Outline Processor Markup Language” (such as the popular note-taking app, WorkFlowy). This XML-based format is often used to relay outlines and mind maps as a hierarchical, ordered list of arbitrary elements. One of the benefits of using this format is its wide-spread use in other applications as a means of “importing” data. But what if you want to render OPML on your own without using third party software? It was this simple question that led me to write, a simple but powerful Bash shell script. Continue reading Convert OPML to PDF with a Bash Script