recommendation for offline Markdown renderer (for GitHub .md)?
gmkarl at gmail.com
Mon Jul 6 06:17:51 PDT 2020
Hey, I haven't been been able to keep up with the messages but found this
On Sun, Jul 5, 2020, 8:14 AM Zenaan Harkness <zen at freedbms.net> wrote:
> Anyone got a strong recommendation for an offline Markdown renderer which
> can at least do a passable job rendering GitHub's .md style?
> grip uses GitHub API, contacts the server on every render, seems to not
> even cache CSS files...
> GitHub supports inlining section files (very useful for reducing file
> size/ dividing one large file) with this:
> <file name="section_2.md">
> So having that work with an offline renderer would be gold™...
Zenaan, I would suggest taking any existing offline markdown renderer and
adding the features you need to it. What are you building?
I usually use offline markdown rendering for decentralized wikis. I'm
interested in collaborating on projects that could be used to support
decentralized wikis. I can hack on c/c++, python, nodejs, bash, perl, and
possibly php or ruby right now, well enough to add a needed new feature to
a markdown renderer. I use git and work for causes rather than money.
I'm having trouble accessing my email right now, so if I don't reply trying
another channel to reach me if possible can help.
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