First Markdownify Beta released
mail at milianw.de
Thu Oct 11 16:05:57 EDT 2007
Am Dienstag, 9. Oktober 2007 schrieb Andy Fragen:
> On Oct 8, 2007, at 10:37 PM, Milian Wolff wrote:
> > Am Dienstag, 9. Oktober 2007 schrieb Andy Fragen:
> >> Milian,
> >> This is great. But I have a question. Are you going to add a method
> >> of running this in the browser offline like with html2text? Even
> >> something like the demo.php page included with the set.
> > Offline in the browser? I'm sorry that I do not understand you.
> > Could you
> > clarify?
> > Or do you mean a simple website containing a textarea which accepts
> > HTML input
> > and returns the equivalent Markdown text? Why don't you build
> > something like
> > that for yourself? It's really dead simple...
> Yes, that's it exactly. If I weren't such a complete newbie with PHP
> I'd have done it. But this is exactly what I'd use. Something to call
> up on localhost so I don't have to hit anyone else's server and can
> work offline.
Here you go :) Just download it and adapt the path to your markdownify copy.
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