hat: haskell asciidoc transformer

Creates html and LaTeX files from (a small subset of) asciidoc.

The idea for for Process.lhs came from:

http://daniel-levin.github.io/2015/01/19/primitive-state-machine-in-haskell.html

Supported asciidoc

Fancy quotes (single and double) automatically generated in both LaTeX and html output.

Requirements

All the haskell libraries listed in import statements, namely:

Codec.Binary.Base64.String
Data.List
Data.List.Split
Data.String.Here
Data.String.Utils
System.Environment

The LaTeX preamble includes \usepackage{fontspec} and \setmainfont{STIX Two Text}.

So XeLaTeX or LuaLaTeX will be needed to compile to PDF.

These above lines could be removed and \usepackage{times} or similar used instead.

TODO

Nested lists (maybe), ... let's see...