7041Re: [NH] Markdown Library Script
- Nov 20, 2011Herein lies the problem with this. I don't want to mess with Perl. Left that years ago and was perfectly happy not to return.
Looking through the rest of the replies but this sounds like a search and replace thing. Find the markdown symbols and replace them with HTML. Simple clean up job, but then I'm not the best expert in NoteTab. :D
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Axel Berger <Axel-Berger@...> wrote:
> lorellevanfossen wrote:
> > I thought there was a clip or library for converting markdown to
> > HTML. I've searched through everything and come up empty.
> That script is part of Markdown itself, Unfortunately it's written in
> Perl, requires Perl 5.6.0 and up, and can be used in Movable Type, in
> Blosxom, and in BBedit but not in Notetab.
> To me the Perl code looks very strange and it would require a lot of
> work to convert it to a clip. Does clip do recursive functions?
> If I had to, I'd do what I usually do and write a clip made up of
> Replaces starting with the current subset and adding elements as needed.
> That's how my converters from TeX to HTML, from text to TeX and others
> grew. They are nice preprocessors and do most of the routine work, they
> lessen the manual job a lot but can't and don't do it all.
> If Markdown is important for you then I suggest using Perl and perhaps
> one of the GUIs named above.
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