Brett on 14 Mar, 2014 08:38 PM
It's entirely possible to use a custom processor that produces the code
you're looking for, but I have no knowledge of Confluence or any related
processing. What you see by default is MultiMarkdown output, and it's
not configurable. It would be up to you to find a command-line processor
to plug in.
Roger Ragulan R...
on 14 Mar, 2014 11:41 PM
I think confluence uses a java markdown parser, I'll come back
to you on which one specifically.
The way I am using it is, I general the html documents outside
of confluence and then add the html to confluence via a web UI. So
that's why I wanted to know if Marked could be adapted to do the