sgbotsford at gmail.com
Sat Jan 1 10:34:15 EST 2011
It took me a minute: by script you mean movie/tv script.
I was under the impression there were a raft of specialized word processors
that did this very well.
Overall I don't think that MD would work for this, not without a huge raft
of modifications. The *idea* of markdown would work well -- minimal syntax
then post processed into the format you want.
There are lots of systems for managing text files, and for managing
revisions of text files google source code version control software.
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On Fri, Dec 31, 2010 at 4:04 PM, ipah <ipah at me.com> wrote:
> New to mailing lists and Markup as well so please bear with me. I have been
> looking for two things. A project management system that syncs with
> Notational Velocity as well as something that lets me write and format
> script in plain text, then have that converted to the proper formatting for
> a script. I was wondering would Markdown have the ability to do this or have
> the changes necessary for this? If I am not being clear please let me know.
> Basically I want to write my scripts in plain text but add Markdown to each
> line so that when parsed at some point I get a perfectly formated script.
> For instance I would write.
> sl fade in
> Which would make this a proper slug line and covert all the characters to
> Etc for the rest of the script and various formatting types.
> Thanks in advance.
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