Using Textile with Marked

A few people have asked how to get Textile working in Marked. You need to have a Textile converter available from the command line. There are a few options, including Pandoc, but the two easiest I've found are RedCloth for Ruby and Textile for Perl (requires that the Developer Tools be installed). Install one or the other:

  1. Install Textile from https://github.com/bradchoate/text-textile OR sudo gem install RedCloth in Terminal.
  2. Set your preferences like below for the Perl version. Use /usr/bin/redcloth for RedCloth.

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Note: your install paths may differ. You can determine the correct path using which textile or which redcloth in the Terminal.

Now Marked is a Textile previewer for you!

If you have trouble with UTF8 characters in your Textile document when using the Perl version, see this gist and edit the /usr/local/bin/textile command, replacing its text with the raw contents of the gist.