clint.laskowski at gmail.com
Fri Dec 14 10:09:30 EST 2012
Or, you can switch to Windows and use MarkdownPad (http://markdownpad.com/).
*Clint Laskowski, CISSP, CISM*
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On Fri, Dec 14, 2012 at 8:28 AM, Rob McBroom <mailinglist0 at skurfer.com>wrote:
> On Dec 13, 2012, at 7:43 PM, mike <mikereape at onetel.com> wrote:
> > That all sounds great but from what I've read TextWrangler only runs on
> Mac OSX. I'm basically an emacs user. That shouldn't matter though if I
> set up the basic perl script you to refer to as something I can run from
> the command line.
> There are numerous command-line options.
> You can download the original Perl implementation from Daring Fireball.
> You can install the Markdown module for Python (which is my preference).
> pip install Markdown
> That should put a script called `markdown_py` in `/usr/local/bin`. (The
> location depends on your setup.) There’s probably a package for Fedora
> called python-markdown if you prefer that method.
> Or, you can get the PHP implementation and create a minimal wrapper script
> that uses it to parse a file.
> And I’m sure there are many others.
> Rob McBroom
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