[TxMt] MultiMarkdown Preview

Mark Eli Kalderon m.kalderon at ucl.ac.uk
Tue Sep 19 18:30:35 UTC 2006

Thanks for your thoughts! Best, Mark

On 19 Sep 2006, at 18:59, Soryu wrote:

>> Is anyone using the Generate Preview and Open in Browser? I  
>> suspect it was initially created to mimic the similar command for  
>> Markdown, which I have since removed.
>> If there is no good use-case for this command, I would like to  
>> remove it.
>> We can improve the current preview to a) spot if format is  
>> complete, and b) add a CSS header to its meta data when previewing  
>> inside TextMate.
> I use that command. The file is saved in the current directory  
> instead of some temp location so that included Stylesheets and  
> Images can be referenced using a relative path. If we can make the  
> Preview smart enough then we don't really need that command  
> anymore, I guess.
> I'll give it some thoughts.
>> Why not prepend the MultiMarkdown document with the appropriate  
>> stylesheet metadata before processing the output?
> That would mean to alter the MultiMarkdown Script or at least the  
> XSLT used. I wouldn't want to touch/alter this as we then cannot  
> easily update it. Maybe we can inject the Stylesheet in the  
> generated XHTML document. But that also gives a different output  
> from what plain MultiMarkdown produces, so I'm not sure about it.
> Soryu.
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