A naive approach to parsing Englishy text.
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Englishy: Intro and Usage
A npm module providing simple line and blockquote parsing (w/o paragraphs):
shell> npm install englishy englishy = require("englishy") my_str = """ This is a line. This is a 2-line line. This is a line with a block: I am a block. I am also part of a block. """ parsed = englishy(str) parsed.to_array() # ==> [ [ "This is a line" ], [ "This is a 2-line line" ], [ "This is a line with a block", " I am a block.\n I am also part of a block."] ]
Why create this?
I plan on using it for my i_love_u npm package. You never heard of it, but it will be famous in several years.