Brett on 12 Oct, 2016 01:18 AM
Is there a specific syntax you're trying to enable? Overall MultiMarkdown shares the same extended syntax, but if you set up a custom processor with /usr/bin/php and the path to the PHP markdown extra executable, it should be possible. Haven't tested with that one, though.
Brett on 13 Oct, 2016 05:07 PM
It is possible to run Markdown Extra as a command line tool,
which means it's possible to run your Markdown through it in
Marked. PHP isn't the easiest to work with, though, so I might
suggest using the ruby utility maruku instead (which I
think supports all Markdown Extra syntax and definitely handles the
class markers you're using).
There's also the Python Markdown package
which can do the same, if that's easier.