Command-line Markdown to HTML converter written in C
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Heading 1

Heading 2

Heading 3

Heading 4

Heading 5
Heading 6

####### There is no Heading 7


This is italic. This is also italic.

This is bold. This is also bold.

This is bold and italic.
This is also bold and italic.
This should also be bold and italic.
This too should be bold and italic.

This
has
line
breaks.

Bash forkbomb: :(){ :|:& };:

  • ul item 1
  • ul item 2
    • indented li 1
    • indented li 2
  • ul item 3
  • unordered lists can start with *.
  • they can also start with +.
  1. ol item 1

  2. ol item 2

  3. ol item 3

  4. This ol should start at 8

  5. and end at 9

Chore list

  • load the dishwasher
  • vaccum the living room
  • dust shelves
  • clean bathroom mirror
  • organize my closet

mdbuilder, a lightweight alternative to pandoc if you're just converting markdown to html

image

Linked image

Blockquote

The quick cheetah jumps over the lazy bunny.

Paragraph 2

  • Jelly HotDog
  • Candied ravioli
  • [salad Salad]
  1. Draw circle
  2. Draw rectangle
  3. Draw rest of airplane

Nested blockquote

Nested blockquote in nested blockquote

Neovim's markdown syntax highlighting doesn't do nested blockquotes

Reference style link

Port Protocol Description
22 SSH Secure remote login
80 HTTP Standard web protocol
443 HTTPS Secure web protocol
Port Protocol Description
22 SSH Secure remote login
80 HTTP Standard web protocol
443 HTTPS Secure web protocol
int
main(int argc, char **argv)
{
	printf("Hello world\n");
}
int
main()
{
	puts("Hello world");
}

Global warming is a hoax serious threat.

There is ==some Markdown syntax== that Neovim's syntax highlighting ==doesn't support==.

a^2^ + b^2^ = c^2^

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