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markdown-it-py

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Markdown parser done right.

This is a Python port of markdown-it, and some of its associated plugins. For more details see: https://markdown-it-py.readthedocs.io.

For details on markdown-it itself, see:

Installation

conda install -c conda-forge markdown-it-py

or

pip install markdown-it-py

Usage

Python API Usage

Render markdown to HTML with markdown-it-py and a custom configuration with and without plugins and features:

from markdown_it import MarkdownIt
from markdown_it.extensions.front_matter import front_matter_plugin
from markdown_it.extensions.footnote import footnote_plugin

md = ( MarkdownIt() .use(front_matter_plugin) .use(footnote_plugin) .disable('image') .enable('table') ) text = ("""


a: 1

a b
1 2

A footnote [^1]

[^1]: some details """) tokens = md.parse(text) html_text = md.render(text)

Command-line Usage

Render markdown to HTML with markdown-it-py from the command-line:

usage: markdown-it [-h] [-v] [filenames [filenames ...]]

Parse one or more markdown files, convert each to HTML, and print to stdout

positional arguments: filenames specify an optional list of files to convert

optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit -v, --version show program's version number and exit

Interactive:

$ markdown-it markdown-it-py [version 0.0.0] (interactive) Type Ctrl-D to complete input, or Ctrl-C to exit. >>> # Example ... > markdown input ...

Example

markdown input

Batch:

$ markdown-it README.md README.footer.md > index.html

References / Thanks

Big thanks to the authors of markdown-it:

Also John MacFarlane for his work on the CommonMark spec and reference implementations.

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