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Markdown​Live​Preview

by math2001 ST3

A Sublime Text 3 plugin to preview your markdown as you type

Labels markdown, preview

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  • Total 109K
  • Win 51K
  • Mac 38K
  • Linux 19K
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Windows 55 49 45 57 81 82 63 71 47 51 65 66 78 100 71 47 42 65 93 41 56 50 54 35 72 94 48 67 47 20 36 66 77 104 79 94 38 58 81 92 89 96 79 45 56 88
Mac 31 30 27 45 38 58 63 49 26 24 67 61 54 47 51 26 15 50 55 17 27 41 18 36 31 38 29 36 57 25 29 45 49 61 72 60 32 34 55 52 75 56 65 25 29 45
Linux 17 16 20 13 18 33 27 26 16 16 28 24 25 22 19 12 6 24 18 15 19 12 11 17 17 17 10 12 22 16 9 21 24 29 28 21 15 13 27 26 21 23 26 16 12 24

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MarkdownLivePreview

A simple plugin to preview your markdown as you type right in Sublime Text. No dependencies!

How to install

It's available on package control!

Setting a keybinding

The open the preview, you can search up in the command palette (ctrl+shift+p) MarkdownLivePreview: Open Preview. But if you prefer to have a shortcut, add this to your keybindings file:

{
    "keys": ["alt+m"],
    "command": "open_markdown_preview"
}

How to contribute

If you know what feature you want to implement, or what bug you wanna fix, then go ahead and hack! Maybe raise an issue before hand so that we can talk about it if it's a big feature.

But if you wanna contribute just to say thanks, and don't really know what you could be working on, then there are a bunch of FIXMEs all over this package. Just pick one and fix it :-)

$ git clone https://github.com/math2001/MarkdownLivePreview
$ cd MarkdownLivePreview
$ grep -R FIXME

Hack it!

  1. Fork this repo
  2. Make your own branch (the name of the branch should be the feature you are implementing eg. improve-tables, fix-crash-on-multiple-preview
  3. All your code should be formated by black.
  4. Send a PR!

Known limitations

Numbered lists are rendered as unordered lists

Error: language “md” is not supported
1. first
2. second
3. third

will be previewed the exact same way as

Error: language “md” is not supported
- first
- second
- third

The issue comes from Sublime Text's minihtml which doesn't support ordered lists. If you think feel like implementing a workaround, feel free to contribute, but it's not something I'm planning on doing. It isn't a critical feature, and support should come with time…