Marked as a Command Line Processor

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jmquigley

15 Mar, 2013 08:08 PM

Can the Marked application be used from the command line to batch process a markdown file and turn it into an HTML file (while using all of the preferences for the app)? I like your built in processor and generated HTML. I tried some of the custom processors, but all of them have parts that do not process in the same way. You greatly simplify the fenced code and math parts. I know I can open the preview and save it, but I was hoping that I could just skip this middle step and go right to the HTML files for a large set of files. TIA.

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Brett on 15 Mar, 2013 08:12 PM

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    Not yet, but it's planned for the future.

  2. 2 Posted by Kaelin on 15 Apr, 2013 12:09 PM

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    +1

  3. 3 Posted by pprazzi on 20 Jun, 2013 09:34 AM

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    +1 In combination with Hazel this could make some killer workflows

  4. 4 Posted by Valentine Nikit... on 08 Dec, 2016 04:47 PM

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    Any news about the topic? Is in possible to convert a markdown file and turn it into an HTML file using command line, please?

  5. Support Staff 5 Posted by Brett on 09 Dec, 2016 07:37 PM

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    Still a future plan. In the meantime, it's not terribly difficult to use a processor with a CLI like MultiMarkdown, Discount, Pandoc, Kramdown, or maruku to render the HTML and apply a set stylesheet. Not all the bells and whistles of Marked, but for automated or batch HTML generation it works.

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