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To enable this feature, use the following option:
multimarkdown --escaped-line-breaks file.txt
If this option is not enabled, then the default behavior will be to
treat the newline as an escaped character, which results in it simply
appearing as a newline character in the output. This means that the
default behavior is the same as if the “\” is not in the source file.
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“Hacking” MultiMarkdown
Multiple Formats
On some occasions, the same MultiMarkdown syntax is not ideal for
different output formats. For example, a link may need to be slightly
different for the HTML version than for the LaTeX version (since
LaTeX offers the
\autoref()
feature).
You have a few options for crafting MultiMarkdown that will be
handled differently for HTML than for another format.
1. You can use HTML comments to include text that is ignored in
HTML documents, but is passed through verbatim to other for-
mats. See the section on Raw Source (section ) for more informa-
tion. This only works with one format besides HTML.
2. You can use file transclusion with Wildcard Extensions (subsec-
tion ) to embed a different string of text for each output format.
This requires a bit more organization, but allows you to do just
about anything you like.
Scrivener Tricks
Scrivener
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is a full-featured tool for writers that includes some sup-
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port for MultiMarkdown when exporting to other formats.
Multiple Citations
When using Scrivener to publish to LaTeX, you may want to include
multiple sources within a single citation. Mike Thicke suggests this
approach:
In the Compile | Replacements dialog I have:
][],[# --> ,
],[][# --> ,
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So for citations like this:
[][#Tversky:1974wi],[][#Kahneman:1979wl],[][#Tversky:1981vc]
I get this:
[][#Tversky:1974wi,Kahneman:1979wl,Tversky:1981vc]
When complied to Latex it becomes:
~\citep{Tversky:1974wi,Kahneman:1979wl,Tversky:1981vc}
And finally:
(Tversky and Kahneman 1974; Kahneman and Tversky 1979; Tversky and Kahneman 1981)
If you want page numbers you might have to do raw latex or use RegEx replacements.
You could always doing something similar with a script to find/
replace the same syntax in tools other than Scrivener.
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Known Issues
OpenDocument
OpenDocument doesn’t properly support image dimensions
It’s relatively easy to insert an image into ODF using fixed dimen-
sions, but harder to get a scaled image without knowing the exact
aspect ratio of the image.
For example, in LaTeX or HTML, one can specify that image
should be scaled to 50% of the width, and have it automatically cal-
culate the proper height. This does not work in ODF, at least not that
Ican find.
You have to manually adjust the image to fit your desired con-
straint. It’s easy to do, simply hold down the shift key while ad-
justing the image size, and it will likely snap to match the specified
dimension.
Iwelcome suggestions on a better way to do this.
RTF
• Non-ASCII characters are not supported
• Lists are not proper lists
• Images are not supported
• Tables are not fully supported
OPML
OPML doesn’t handle “skipped” levels
When converting a MMD text file to OPML with the mmd binary,
each level only contains it’s direct children. For example:
# First Level #
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## Second Level
##
### Third Level ###
## Another Second Level ##
#### Fourth Level ####
When this is converted to OPML, the “Fourth Level” item will
be deleted, since it skips a level from its parent, “Another Second
Level”.
It’s possible to fix this, but it’s going to take a more complicated
algorithm than what I currently have and it’s not a high priority for
me to fix at the moment.
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Things Yet to Be Done
RTF
• Support lists
• Improve table support
• Support Non-ASCII characters
• Code span
More Information
For more information about MultiMarkdown, visit the following
sites:
• http://fletcherpenney.net/multimarkdown/
• https://github.com/fletcher/MultiMarkdown-4/
• https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/multimarkdown
Acknowledgements
Thanks to the individuals and groups below for their contributions to
improving Markdown and MultiMarkdown:
• John Gruber
• Michel Fortin
• Jonathan Weber
• Mark Eli Kalderon
• Choan C. Gálvez
• Dr. Drang
• Robert McGonegal
• David Green
• Trey Pickard
• Saleem
• Melinda Norris
• Sean Wallace
• Allan Odgaard
• Stefan Brantschen
• Keith Blount
• Gerd Knops
• John Purnell
• Jonathan Coulombe (special thanks for helping troubleshoot MMD
3.0!)
• Jason Bandlow
• Joakim Hertze
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• Kee-Lin Steven Chan
• Vasil Yaroshevich
• Matt Neuburg
• James Howison
• Edward Nixon
• etherean
• Özgür Gökmen
• Chad Schmidt
• Greg (gr)
• Ben Jennings
• Silvan Kaiser
• Tomas Doran
• Rob Walton
• Dan Rolander
• Duoyi wu
• Dan Dascalescu
• Ingolf Schäfer
• Chris Bunch
• Oblomov
• Alex Melhuish
• Stephan Mueller
• Josh Brown
• Rob Person
• Matthew D. Rankin
• Dawid Ci˛e˙zarkiewicz
• Joonas Pulakka
• ipetraka
• John MacFarlane (special thanks for creating peg-markdown
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and
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markdown
helping me to get started on MMD 3.0!)
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• David Sparks
• Katie Floyd
• Daniel Müller
• Daniel Jalkut (special thanks for helping to remove glib depen-
dency!)
• Jon Skovron
• Jake Walker
• Michael Heilemann
• Brett Terpstra
• Charles Cowan
• David Richards
• Thomas Hodgson
• Dan Lowe
and others I have surely forgotten....
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