A plugin for facilitating editing markdown in Sublime Text 2. Features are borrowed from Org mode of Emacs.
- Total 34K
- Win 13K
- OS X 15K
- Linux 6K
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SmartMarkdown for Sublime Text 2 & 3
Author: Muchenxuan Tong (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The plugin is aimed at making editing Markdown in Sublime Text 2 easier and more powerful. Ideally, I hope we can bring several amazing features of Org-mode of Emacs into Sublime Text.
v0.3: Adjust the position of folding mark to the end of headline. (added by vovkkk and alehandrof)
v0.2: Support for Sublime Text 3 (added by UNOwen.)
v0.1.6: Add support and bindings for headline level changing. (added by David Smith.) The key bindings are: Super+Shift+, for decreasing and Super+Shift+. for increasing.
v0.1.5: Basic smart table (grid table) support added. Basic Pandoc intergration (added by DanielMe.)
v0.1.3: Add support for global headling folding / unfolding.
v0.1.2: Move between headlines supported!
- Use Ctrl+c Ctrl+n to move to the next headline (any level); Ctrl+c Ctrl+p to the previous one.
- Use Ctrl+c Ctrl+f to move to the next headline (same level or higher level); Ctrl+c Ctrl+b to the previous one.
- Fixed a bug on bullet list. Thanks to quodlibet (fixed in v0.1.1).
- Smart Headline folding / unfolding is supported.
- Smart Lists is supported.
- Smart Headline folding / unfolding. Right now you can fold / unfold headlines by pressing TAB on it. I assume you use the following formats: # Section; ## Subsection; ### Subsubsection …
- Global Headline Folding / unfolding. Shift+Tab to Fold / Unfold all at any position.
- Smart Order / Unordered list. When editing lists, you can just press ENTER and this plugin will automatically continue the list. Once the content of the list becomes empty it will stop.
- Move between headlines.
- Use Ctrl+c Ctrl+n to move to the next headline (any level); Ctrl+c Ctrl+p to the previous one, for Mac. (Ctrl+; Ctrl+n and Ctrl+; Ctrl+p for Windows and Linux)
- Use Ctrl+c Ctrl+f to move to the next headline (same level or higher level); Ctrl+c Ctrl+b to the previous one, for Mac. (Ctrl+; Ctrlf and Ctrl+; Ctrl+b for Windows and Linux)
- Adjust headline level Added by David Smith.
- Super+Shift+, for decreasing and Super+Shift+. for increasing headline levels.
- Smart table
- Currently, the smart table suppose only the Grid table format of Pandoc. Use monospaced fonts, otherwise it would appear bizarre.
- The behavior is like the table in Org-mode. If you are unfamiliar with Org-mode, just use | (vertical line) to separate the column (e.g. | header1 | header 2 |), and use the TAB to reformat the table at point. Everything would fall into the place. Add +- and then press TAB for adding separator between rows. Add += and then press TAB for adding separator between header and the table body. Read the Grid tables section of Pandoc Userg's Guide for more information.
- Use TAB to move forward a cell in table, Shift+TAB to move backward.
- Personally I plan to use grid table as a basis and add command for converting to other table formats if necessary.
- Basic Pandoc integration with Pandoc By integrating SublimePandoc. Added by DanielMe.
- Note: If you need to generate PDF output, please make sure you have pdflatex available (MacTeX for Mac, or TeX Live for other OS). Please also specify “tex_path” in the package settings (Preference - Package Settings - SmartMarkdown - Settings - User (see Settings - Default as an example.))
- Embeded R & Python Code for reproducible research
- Better Pandoc integration Actual support for different Pandoc command line options etc.
- Whenever possible, please obey the PEP 8 style guide. This can be checked easily with the plugin SublimeLinter.
- git-flow is recommended (but not enforced) as a development work flow. For instruction please read Why aren't you using git-flow?. To adapt it, a command line tool gitflow is highly recommended.
- Please work on the develop branch, it's newer than master. the master branch is for users.
The plugin is licensed under the MIT license.
Copyright © <2012> Muchenxuan Tong email@example.com
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