Markdown-Discuss Digest, Vol 146, Issue 2

Jeff McNeill jeff at
Wed May 6 03:09:36 EDT 2015


For conversion tools, not sure why *Pandoc* is just described in terms of
*command-line*. It is a comprehensive conversion tool for many formats to
many formats:

I think the problem with these kinds of "collections of links" is that many
of them are only peripherally important, and one does not need zillions of
links to use the tool.

For me, who uses Markdown every day, the following are what count:

- Atom (editor):
- Pandoc (supertool)
- PHP-Markdown-Extra (php/wordpress)
- Markdown-IT (node.js)
- WriteBox and StackEdit (Web/Browser/Mobile apps)

Of course others have other preferences.

Jeff McNeill

> Date: Tue, 5 May 2015 08:39:34 +0200
> From: Gerald Bauer <gerald.bauer at>
> Hello,
>    As posted before I've started an awesome collection about all
> things Markdown [1]. One new section is converters from X to Markdown
> e.g. from MS Word to Markdown, from HTML to Markdown.
>    If you know any other formats and tools that can get converted or
> convert to Markdown, please let us know.
>   Cheers.
> [1]
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