7043Re: [NH] Markdown Library Script
- Nov 23, 2011Markdown is an old web language code used on websites and forums, which is why I brought it here. NoteTab easily converts documents into HTML and I want to convert a document written with markdown language into HTML. I don't know what the markdown.pl perl script is unless it converts a markdown written article into HTML.
For example see http://www.asianefficiency.com/technology/multimarkdown-and-scrivener-for-efficient-blogging/ I know that some text editors convert markdown documents into HTML and I remembered something from years ago that NoteTab might, but it might have been in reference to that markdown.pl script.
Does that help make it clear what I'm asking?
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Sheri" <silvermoonwoman@...> wrote:
> --- In email@example.com, "lorellevanfossen" <lorelleonwordpress@> wrote:
> > So let me try and understand this.
> > If I install Perl (from the link below?) on a Windows 7
> > machine, it will work in the background with NoteTab or it
> > will need to be added to the libraries...
> Hi Lorelle,
> I had never heard of "markdown" until now. It is a perl script, markdown.pl, and Axel thought you were asking about using markdown.pl from a NoteTab clip.
> To do that, you need perl and markdown.pl (obviously), plus a clip which you would create in one of your NoteTab clip libraries with at least one line, e.g.:
> ^!RunPerl "C:\mypath\markdown.pl"
> I don't know if anyone ever created a NoteTab clip that independently does everything in markdown.pl, but NoteTab does have a menu choice to convert from text to html, i.e, Modify->Document->To HTML, as well as a clip function ^$StrtoHTML$. One of those might meet your needs without recreating markdown in clipcode.
> We should probably continue this discussion on the clips list.
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