Coda, Textwrangler, Writeroom, OS X
tom at jumpingrock.net
Thu Sep 4 15:43:59 EDT 2008
I'm using the script exactly as downloaded from daringfireball.net. Be
sure to put it in the Unix Filters folder, *not* its sibling, the Unix
Based on its name, the Unix Scripts folder sounds sensible enough.
When I tried putting Markdown.pl here, it caused a blank window to
open, just like you describe. It also created a blank file called Unix
Script Output in the parent of the scripts folder.
On 4 Sep 2008, at 3:03 PM, Tim Visher wrote:
> @Tom Humiston: I'm not at home right now, but I had tried to install
> via the method you did for TextWrangler and when I attempted to use
> it all I got back was an empty page so I figured I had done
> something wrong. Did you need to do anything to the script to get it
> to work?
> On Thu, Sep 4, 2008 at 2:28 PM, Shawn Medero <soypunk at gmail.com>
>> On Thu, Sep 4, 2008 at 11:08 AM, Tom Humiston <tom at jumpingrock.net>
>>> TextWrangler: I dropped the Markdown 1.0.1 Perl script into ~/
>>> Library/Application Support/TextWrangler/Unix Support/Unix Filters/
>>> I renamed it "Convert Markdown to HTML" for a friendlier menu
>>> name, and to distinguish it from another script that converts HTML
>>> to Markdown.
>>> If anyone knows how to do it, I'd like to see a Markdown item on
>>> Mac OS X's Services menu, so that I can reach it from TextEdit or
>>> wherever. Ditto for Markdown Extra.
>> ThisService is your friend:
>> see: http://wafflesoftware.net/thisservice/services/
>> "Tools that, although not written specifically for ThisService,
>> happen to work just fine when fed to ThisService"... markdown is
>> one of them.
>> Shawn Medero
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