[TxMt] Markdown bundle request
throw-away-1 at macromates.com
Wed May 2 20:19:25 UTC 2007
On 2. May 2007, at 20:57, Rob McBroom wrote:
> Could the Markdown bundle be modified to use a TM_MARKDOWN variable
> (similar to the way the Subversion bundle uses TM_SVN) in the
> "Convert document/selection to HTML" and other relevant commands?
> I envision that the variable would contain whatever command(s) you
> want to use for Markdown stuff and would default to the current
> For example, I like to add the "--html4tags" option and get rid of
> SmartyPants, but to do it currently, you need to modify the bundle.
> (Which is fine in theory, but I worry that in practice, updates
> will be missed.)
You wouldn’t be able to include your arguments in such variable. So
either you would set the variable to a (custom) script, or we would
instead need a TM_MARKDOWN_OPTIONS.
> Or perhaps the "--html4tags" option should just be used/not used
> automatically based on the value of TM_XHTML.
Definitely that’s a good idea! I just made the following commit:
• give --html4tags to Markdown.pl unless TM_XHTML is set and non-empty
• use TM_SMARTYPANTS if set, instead of SmartyPants.pl (so set this
to ‘cat’ to disable it)
The last line is cryptic, basically set TM_SMARTYPANTS to ‘cat’ to
have SmartyPants.pl disabled.
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