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I had an idea a while ago. Instead of dealing with two sets of files, why not make a file that was Markdown and HTML at the same time?
I found this utility, which unfortunately seems to have been abandoned: https://github.com/showdownjs/showdown
All you need to do is add a few lines to the top of your Markdown file. Here's an example:
Take a look at the source of the .mdhtml file and you'll see what I mean.
If you're taking notes in Markdown this might make things a bit easier to keep organized. No need to update anything if you're exporting to HTML.
Thoughts? Is this a good idea? A bad one? I also wondered if generating Markdown via a web server and then converting it on the fly like this would be an interesting exercise. Seems like it'd be simpler than generating HTML.
I use Vim, so I've put this in my vimrc for editing:
autocmd BufNewFile,BufRead *.mdhtml set syntax=markdown
First time posting here. Let me know what you guys think.
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