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NAME

     mkd_functions -- access and process Markdown documents.

LIBRARY

     Markdown (libmarkdown, -lmarkdown)

SYNOPSIS

     #include <mkdio.h>

     int
     mkd_compile(MMIOT *document, int flags);

     int
     mkd_css(MMIOT *document, char **doc);

     int
     mkd_generatecss(MMIOT *document, FILE *output);

     int
     mkd_document(MMIOT *document, char **doc);

     int
     mkd_generatehtml(MMIOT *document, FILE *output);

     int
     mkd_xhtmlpage(MMIOT *document, int flags, FILE *output);

     int
     mkd_toc(MMIOT *document, char **doc);

     void
     mkd_generatetoc(MMIOT *document, FILE *output);

     void
     mkd_cleanup(MMIOT*);

     char*
     mkd_doc_title(MMIOT*);

     char*
     mkd_doc_author(MMIOT*);

     char*
     mkd_doc_date(MMIOT*);

DESCRIPTION

     The markdown format supported in this implementation includes Pandoc-
     style header and inline <style> blocks, and the standard markdown(3)
     functions do not provide access to the data provided by either of those
     extensions.  These functions give you access to that data, plus they
     provide a finer-grained way of converting Markdown documents into HTML.

     Given a MMIOT* generated by mkd_in() or mkd_string(), mkd_compile()
     compiles the document into <style>, Pandoc, and html sections.

     Once compiled, the document can be examined and written by the mkd_css(),
     mkd_document(), mkd_generatecss(), mkd_generatehtml(), mkd_generatetoc(),
     mkd_toc(), mkd_xhtmlpage(), mkd_doc_title(), mkd_doc_author(), and
     mkd_doc_date() functions.

     mkd_css() allocates a string and populates it with any <style> sections
     provided in the document, mkd_generatecss() writes any <style> sections
     to the output, mkd_document() points text to the text of the document and
     returns the size of the document, mkd_generatehtml() writes the rest of
     the document to the output, and mkd_doc_title(), mkd_doc_author(),
     mkd_doc_date() are used to read the contents of a Pandoc header, if any.

     mkd_xhtmlpage() writes a xhtml page containing the document.  The regular
     set of flags can be passed.

     mkd_toc() writes a document outline, in the form of a collection of
     nested lists with links to each header in the document, into a string
     allocated with malloc(), and returns the size.

     mkd_generatetoc() is like mkd_toc(), except that it writes the document
     outline to the given FILE* argument.

     mkd_cleanup() deletes a MMIOT* after processing is done.

     mkd_compile() accepts the same flags that markdown() and mkd_string() do;
     MKD_NOIMAGE          Do not process `![]' and remove <img> tags from the
                          output.
     MKD_NOLINKS          Do not process `[]' and remove <a> tags from the
                          output.
     MKD_NOPANTS          Do not do Smartypants-style mangling of quotes,
                          dashes, or ellipses.
     MKD_TAGTEXT          Process the input as if you were inside a html tag.
                          This means that no html tags will be generated, and
                          mkd_compile() will attempt to escape anything that
                          might terribly confuse a web browser.
     MKD_NO_EXT           Do not process any markdown pseudo-protocols when
                          handing [][] links.
     MKD_NOHEADER         Do not attempt to parse any Pandoc-style headers.
     MKD_TOC              Label all headers for use with the mkd_generatetoc()
                          function.
     MKD_1_COMPAT         MarkdownTest_1.0 compatibility flag; trim trailing
                          spaces from the first line of code blocks and
                          disable implicit reference links.
     MKD_NOSTRIKETHROUGH  Disable strikethrough support.

RETURN VALUES

     The function mkd_compile() returns 1 in the case of success, or 0 if the
     document is already compiled.  The function mkd_generatecss() returns the
     number of bytes written in the case of success, or EOF if an error
     occurred.  The function mkd_generatehtml() returns 0 on success, -1 on
     failure.

SEE ALSO

     markdown(1), markdown(3), mkd-line(3), markdown(7), mkd-extensions(7),
     mmap(2).

     http://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/syntax

BUGS

     Error handling is minimal at best.