Htmd: A turndown.js inspired HTML-to-Markdown converter for Rust

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  • htmd

    A turndown.js inspired HTML to Markdown converter for Rust (by letmutex)

    Author here, I'm working on making it faster.

    Currently, for the test page https://github.com/letmutex/htmd/blob/main/examples/page-to-..., the debug build is slower than turndown.js (~750ms vs ~670ms on my machine), the release build brings that down to ~170ms. It can definitely be faster, at least the debug build shouldn't be slower than turndown.js.

    I haven't checked which parts can be improved, so I'm not sure how much time we can save after optimization.

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  • markhtml

    a fast CLI tool for converting markdown to html

    Nice! I made a CLI in go for quickly converting html to markdown sometime ago: https://github.com/thebigbone/markhtml

  • html-to-markdown

    ⚙️ Convert HTML to Markdown. Even works with entire websites and can be extended through rules. (by JohannesKaufmann)

    Note: Six years ago I open sourced a Golang library [1]. Currently I am re-writing it completely with the aim of getting even better than Pandoc. And wrote about the encountered edge-cases [2].

    [1] https://github.com/JohannesKaufmann/html-to-markdown

    [2] https://html-to-markdown.com/edge-cases

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