If you are able to handle xml files you can build a path from sphinx to
ConTeXt to produce very customized pdf files, which is a pain with the
LaTeX-implementation of Sphinx.

ConTeXt is a LaTeX alternative based on LuaTeX. You can customize your
layout with ConTeXt to a great extent.


The main advantage:
ConTeXt is able to read xml files, so you could create a singlehtml
output with Sphinx (which is afaik xml compliant) and feed it into ConTeXt.

In this repository you can see how this works generally and how to map
xml to ConTeXt commands.


Of course, the solution does not work out of the box because the Sphinx
output differs to the Pandoc output. But it should be possible.


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