Markdeep support for Sublime Text
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Markdeep is a Markdown-like language to generate web pages. IMHO the main avantages versus Markdown are:
- Markdeep doesn't need compilation, it can directly been opened in a browser.
- Markdeep can embed Latex formula (with
$ ... $for inline Latex or
$$ ... $$for blocks).
- Markdeep have table of contents.
More information are available on the Markdeep site.
Once this plugin has been installed in Sublime Text,
open a file, change the syntax to Markdeep, type
You have inserted a snippet containing a simple Markdeep document.
Markdeep supports most of the syntax of Markdown, so it's easy to start using it !
Once your file is saved to the disk, you can use
File: Open in browser to see you Markdeep in browser.
To refresh your browser as soons as you modified your file, I recommend the Firefox Auto Reload plugin.
Differences with Markdown
Code blocks starts and ends with
. You can use the
“ snippet to create a code block.
You can add a language to your code block, allowing both Sublime and Markdeep to provide better syntax coloration for it:
``````````````````````````````````` python def hello(): print 'hello world' ```````````````````````````````````
Note to developers
Feature requests and feedback are welcomed. The syntax is forked from the Markdown syntax which as several problems. For one it uses a lot of advanced regexes not supported by Sublime latest engine.
I'm using Markdown to write this, just because Github doesn't allow
html Readme (and therefore