What is the normal markdown editor who is friends with and PDF with syntax highlighting for the code?

Already all drunk, and crafts on the electron tipo typora and atom.
More or less like Retext and ghostwriter. But neither one nor the other does not normally convert to PDF.
Retext seems to be trying, but it turns out some of the gray frame at the edges in the resulting PDF file.
And typora well on the contrary generates a pdf and supports many markdown dialects, but first she on the electron, the brakes are terrible, and secondly somehow hangs my Explorer nemo. Well, with this we can measure and use some console Explorer tipo ranger or vifm, but these brakes to fight not tolerable, and also written that it is in beta.
In case of questions like "and have installed the dependencies you supposedly pandoc, markdown, texlive-full, libjs-mathjax wkhtmltopdf" - answer that I mounted in the prescribed PATH. All done.
With syntax highlighting for your code, too.
In Retext it is generally not illuminated, but easy to copy without any hyphens drains, only text.
In typora the opposite is true, high-quality syntax highlighting, but you experience pain when you need to copy the commands and paste it in the console as it is copied along with the newline character and the console immediately begins to execute the command.
Am running Debian.
March 19th 20 at 08:56
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March 19th 20 at 08:58
Why do you output to PDF, which is built into the editor, if it is absolutely always possible to do via a virtual PDF printer?
@Nyah.Kassul didn't know about this, but you can at least in a nutshell to tell you that at least the direction in which Google and install apps? - Garfield.Olso commented on March 19th 20 at 09:01
@Garfield.Olso, https://www.google.com/search?client=firefox-b-1-d... - Nyah.Kassul commented on March 19th 20 at 09:04
@Nyah.Kassul, I understand. thank you. - Garfield.Olso commented on March 19th 20 at 09:07

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