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Markdig is a fast, powerful, CommonMark compliant, extensible Markdown processor for .NET.While there is not yet a dedicated documentation, you can find from the specs documentation how to use these extensions.
A set of PHP classes, each representing a Markdown flavor, and a command line tool for converting markdown files to HTML files. The implementation focus is to be fast (see benchmark) and extensible. Parsing Markdown to HTML is as simple as calling a single method (see Usage) providing a solid implementation that gives most expected results even in non-trivial edge cases.
MacDown is an open source Markdown editor for OS X, released under the MIT License. The author stole the idea from Chen Luo’s Mou so that people can make crappy clones. Visit the project site for more information, or download MacDown.app.zip directly from the latest releases page.
This is a Python implementation of John Gruber's Markdown. It is almost completely compliant with the reference implementation, though there are a few known issues. See Features for information on what exactly is supported and what is not. Additional features are supported by the Available Extensions. Installation and usage documentation is available in the docs/ directory of the distribution and on the project website at https://Python-Markdown.github.io/.
This admin plugin for Grav is an HTML user interface that provides a convenient way to configure Grav and easily create and modify pages. This will remain a totally optional plugin, and is not in any way required or needed to use Grav effectively. In fact, the admin provides an intentionally limited view to ensure it remains easy to use and not overwhelming. I'm sure power users will still prefer to work with the configuration files directly. We have tested internally, but we hope to use this public beta phase to identify, isolate, and fix issues related to the plugin to ensure it is as solid and reliable as possible.
Use Assemble to generate HTML pages from markdown content. Useful for wikis, gh-pages, documentation and blogs or sites with markdown posts. This is not intended to be "documentation" for Assemble, the content used in this project is for example purposes. So you will learn by browsing the source code, rendered code, and seeing how it renders in the browser.
When sending emails from command-line, the body of the email could be read from a file or stdin. Email headers such as subject, from/to, cc etc could be specified at the beginning of the markdown file, Or be specified in command-line arguments.
Integrating Chroma syntax highlighter as a Blackfriday renderer. This project requires and uses the v2 version of Blackfriday. After this issue I decided to rollback to the gopkg.in version so the lib can be go gettable.