markdown-toc - Generate a markdown TOC (table of contents) for a README or any markdown files, using remarkable

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Generate a markdown TOC (table of contents) with Remarkable. Use as a remarkable plugin.


concat-stream : ^1.5.2
diacritics-map : ^0.1.0
gray-matter : ^3.1.1
lazy-cache : ^2.0.2
list-item : ^1.1.1
markdown-link : ^0.1.1
minimist : ^1.2.0
mixin-deep : ^1.1.3
object.pick : ^1.2.0
remarkable : ^1.7.1
repeat-string : ^1.6.1
strip-color : ^0.1.0



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