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NAME

       cmark - convert CommonMark formatted text to HTML

SYNOPSIS

       cmark [options] file*

DESCRIPTION

       cmark  converts  Markdown  formatted plain text to either HTML, groff man, CommonMark XML,
       LaTeX, or CommonMark, using the conventions described in the CommonMark  spec.   It  reads
       input  from  stdin or the specified files (concatenating their contents) and writes output
       to stdout.

OPTIONS

       --to, -t FORMAT
                   Specify output format (html, man, xml, latex, commonmark).

       --width WIDTH
                   Specify a column width to which to wrap the output. For no wrapping,  use  the
                   value  0  (the  default).   This option currently only affects the commonmark,
                   latex, and man renderers.

       --hardbreaks
                   Render soft breaks (newlines inside paragraphs in the  CommonMark  source)  as
                   hard  line  breaks  in  the  target format.  If this option is specified, hard
                   wrapping is disabled for CommonMark output, regardless of the value given with
                   --width.

       --nobreaks  Render  soft  breaks as spaces.  If this option is specified, hard wrapping is
                   disabled for all output formats, regardless of the value given with --width.

       --sourcepos Include source position attribute.

       --normalize Consolidate adjacent text nodes.

       --validate-utf8
                   Validate UTF-8, replacing illegal sequences with U+FFFD.

       --smart     Use smart punctuation.  Straight double and single quotes will be rendered  as
                   curly quotes, depending on their position.  -- will be rendered as an en-dash.
                   --- will be rendered as an em-dash.  ... will be rendered as ellipses.

       --safe      Do not render raw HTML or potentially dangerous URLs.  (Raw HTML  is  replaced
                   by  a  placeholder  comment;  potentially dangerous URLs are replaced by empty
                   strings.)   Dangerous  URLs  are  those   that   begin   with   `javascript:`,
                   `vbscript:`,   `file:`,  or  `data:`  (except  for  `image/png`,  `image/gif`,
                   `image/jpeg`, or `image/webp` mime types).

       --help      Print usage information.

       --version   Print version.

AUTHORS

       John MacFarlane, Vicent Marti, Kārlis Gaņģis, Nick Wellnhofer.

SEE ALSO

       CommonMark spec:  http://spec.commonmark.org.