makes markdown files into html files, designed around obsidian
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README.md

Obsidiwiki

obsidiwiki is a lightweight tool designed to convert markdown files into html for publishing on static websites. It is specifically designed with obsidian in mind, but when complete could easily be adapted to allow for other markdown syntactic styles

status - pre alpha

I am still working on getting the very base up and running, as of right now the project is non-functional

plan

  • have C write a new file and give it some HTML boilerplate, and then finish writing a file and give the ending boilerplate

  • handle headers recursively based on number of hashtags, and add closing tag

  • do the same thing but with italics and bold, and add closing tag

  • handle lists

  • handle preformatted code blocks

  • obsidian-style backlinks

  • commandline arguments (recursive, ignored folders, etc.)

  • images

license

This is licensed under the GNU Affero General Public License v3.0, more information here