Announce: Markdown (extended) specifications
waylan.limberg at icloud.com
Tue Nov 18 19:57:42 EST 2014
Here is another list of Markdown implementations:
While both lists contain many of the same items, there are a few unique to each list.
> On Nov 18, 2014, at 7:39 PM, mofo syne <mofosyne at gmail.com> wrote:
> For list of implementations for markdown:
> List of common mark implementations:
>> On Wed, Nov 19, 2014 at 7:16 AM, Piero Wbmstr <me at e-piwi.fr> wrote:
>> Hello Jakub,
>> I didn't know this project (I agree with you: there are already too many
>> MD projects ...).
>> I will look at CommonMark in details to see if I may help on this or
>> propose something like a "merge" of both CommonMark and MarkdownExtended
>> or anything else.
>> By the way, is there a place where all known MD projects are listed ?
>> Thank you for the info.
>> Le 18/11/2014 18:28, Jakub Jirutka a écrit :
>> > Hi Pierre,
>> > are you familiar with the [CommonMark project](http://commonmark.org)? It’s _de facto_ standardized Markdown with very precise [specification](http://spec.commonmark.org). If you wanna extend Markdown syntax, then I highly recommend to start on top of this spec. No one needs yet another incompatible and ambiguous Markdown dialect, there are too many of them already.
>> > Best regards,
>> > Jakub Jirutka
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