Added Markdown support to wrap(1)
Paul J. Lucas
paul at lucasmail.org
Thu May 5 13:24:48 EDT 2016
I'm really not sure what you're trying to say. Your mail seems to be all over the map.
This certainly isn't the forum for a vi vs. emacs war.
> On May 5, 2016, at 9:38 AM, Marty McGowan <martymcg at fastmail.com> wrote:
> being a bwk follower (the K in awk), i'm a fan of well-focused
> tools; i suspect "wrap" is such.
> however, wrapping is but a single feature in emacs. oh, if the world
> had the patience to learn emacs.
> and in a note of self-contradiction, it is a bit difficult to
> reconcile heavy command-line use with such an editor.
> i thank markdown for having lead me to OrgMode. and now my
> command-line format converter is "pandoc". depending on the venue
> (e.g. leanpub) it does a fine job of producing the necessary
> Marty McGowan 908 230-3739
> mcgowan at alum.mit.edu; http://alum.mit.edu/www/mcgowan
>> On Thu, May 5, 2016, at 12:16 AM, Paul J. Lucas wrote:
>> Hello -
>> I’ve been hacking on wrap(1) and wrapc(1) that are text and
>> source-code-comment reformatters, respectively, for a long time. I
>> started them to scratch my particular itch, namely the ability to easily
>> rewrap text (and, in particular, comments in source code) while in an
>> editor. See:
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