Does Read the Docs have pandoc installed?

>>> import os
>>> from subprocess import check_output, CalledProcessError
>>> try:
...     print(check_output(['pandoc', '--version']))
... except CalledProcessError:
...   print("No pandoc on %s" % os.environ['PATH'])
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