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mkd2html — convert a markdown document into (X)HTML
mkd2html [-dHhmnx] [file]
mkd2html utility reads file and generates (X)HTML input from markdown source. If unspecified, file is taken to be standard input. By default, mkd2html implies -H and -m options. The options are as follows: -d, --discount enable Discount extensions: · image size specification, by appending "=(width)x(height)" to the link · pseudo-protocols in links: · abbr:description for <abbr title="description">...</abbr> · class:name for <span class="name">...</span> · id:name for <span id="name">...</span> · raw:text for verbatim unprocessed text inclusion · class blocks: blockquotes beginning with %class% will be rendered as a div of the given class(es) and PHP-Markdown-like tables. -H, --html output HTML (self-closing tags like: <br>). -h, --help display help text. -m, --markdown disable all extensions and use strict markdown syntax. -n, --natext enable Discount extensions and Natasha's own extensions: · id attribute for headers, using the syntax id#Header text · class attribute for paragraphs, by putting class name(s) between parenthesis at the very beginning of the paragraph · <ins> and <del> spans, using respectively ++ and -- as delimiters (with emphasis- like restrictions, i.e. an opening delimiter cannot be followed by a whitespace, and a closing delimiter cannot be preceded by a whitespace) · plain <span> without attribute, using emphasis-like delimiter | -x, --xhtml output XHTML (self-closing tags like: <br />).
The mkd2html utility exits 0 on success, and >0 if an error occurs.
mkd2html was written by Natasha "Kerensikova" Porte <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Manual page was originally written by Massimo Manghi <email@example.com>, and rewritten to mdoc format by Svyatoslav Mishyn <firstname.lastname@example.org>.