[TxMt] primer on markdown & textmate
Mark Eli Kalderon
m.kalderon at ucl.ac.uk
Wed May 17 15:53:57 UTC 2006
I have dumped Word and wordprocessing more generally and now work
entirely in TextMate. The MultiMarkdown facility of the Markdown
bundle is especially useful since you can generate, xhtml, LaTeX,
PDF, and RTF (if you need to share docs to be edited by others who
wordprocess) all from a Markdown. In addition I write slides in
Beamer. So I have all my needs met. Been doing this for awhile. Are
there any specific obstacles you had in mind?
All the best, Mark
On 17 May 2006, at 05:13, nachodog at mac.com wrote:
> General Comments/Questions
> 1. Textmate's web preview integration with Markdown is awesome.
> This feature has drawn me into textmate.
> 2. I am so tired of bloated Microsoft Word files. Other than the
> files that people send you, has anyone adopted Textmate as their
> primary text editor? It seems like a fantastic editor for code,
> but how is it for someone in education?
> Writing a Markdown document in Textmate
> I understand the basic principals of markdown, but typing the code
> (albeit, simple) seems burdensome. Is it possible to:
> * highlight selected items and add a "*" (bullet) at the beginning
> of the list?
> * create triggers for the various markdown codes?
> Markdown Conversion
> I have had great success in putting markdown document on the web.
> What are recommendations for converting a markdown document into a
> text file?
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