Watches and converts Markdown files into HTML files.
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markdowns is a node.js application that watches and converts Markdown files into HTML files.
You can install the package and its dependencies using
From the npm registry
npm install -g markdowns
From the current directory
npm install -g
Usage: markdowns [-h] [-v] [-w] [-p] [-V] [-d] [-e EXTENSION] [-f] [-n ENCODING] [directory] Watches and converts Markdown files into HTML files. Positional arguments: directory The directory to process or watch. Defaults to the current directory. Optional arguments: -h, --help Show this help message and exit. -v, --version Show program's version number and exit. -w, --watch Watch the current directory for changes. -p, --process Process all files in the current directory. -V, --verbose Be verbose. -d, --debug Show debugging output. -e EXTENSION, --extension EXTENSION Set the file extension of Markdown files. Defaults to md. -f, --force Ignore warnings. -n ENCODING, --encoding ENCODING Set the file encoding of the output files (ascii or utf8). Defaults to utf8.
If invoked with the
--process argument, markdowns will perform a one-time pass over the Markdown files in the directory, converting each one to HTML.
If invoked with the
--watch argument, markdowns will continuously watch all the Markdown files in the directory for changes, and convert any in which a change is detected.
The output files will have the same name as the original files but with
html as the file extension.
Note: It would not be unreasonable to supply both
-w at the same time if you wanted to both process a directory and then watch it.
The default Markdown file extension is
md, but this can be overridden with the
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