A go org syntax parser to html
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goorgeous is a Go Org to HTML Parser.


Pronounced: Go? Org? Yes!

“Org mode is for keeping notes, maintaining TODO lists, planning projects, and authoring documents with a fast and effective plain-text system.”

The purpose of this package is to come as close as possible as parsing an *.org document into HTML, the same way one might publish with org-publish-html from Emacs.


go get -u github.com/chaseadamsio/goorgeous


Org Headers

To retrieve the headers from a []byte, call OrgHeaders and it will return a map[string]interface{}:

input := "#+title: goorgeous\n* Some Headline\n"
out, _ := goorgeous.OrgHeaders(input) 
        "title": "goorgeous"

Org Content

After importing github.com/chaseadamsio/goorgeous, you can call Org with a []byte and it will return an html version of the content as a []byte

input := "#+TITLE: goorgeous\n* Some Headline\n"
out := goorgeous.OrgCommon([]byte(input)) 

out will be:

<h1>Some Headline</h1>/n


First off, I’ve become an unapologetic user of Emacs & ever since finding org-mode I use it for anything having to do with writing content, organizing my life and keeping documentation of my days/weeks/months.

Although I like Emacs & emacs-lisp, I publish all of my html sites with Hugo Static Site Generator and wanted to be able to write my content in org-mode in Emacs rather than markdown.

Hugo’s implementation of templating and speed are unmatched, so the only way I knew for sure I could continue to use Hugo and write in org-mode seamlessly was to write a golang parser for org content and submit a PR for Hugo to use it.


I leaned heavily on russross’ blackfriday markdown renderer as both an example of how to write a parser (with some updates to leverage the go we know today) and reusing the blackfriday HTML Renderer so I didn’t have to write my own!