markd is rich html builder for markdown, wiki and textile format. It is especially focused on printing purpose. You can get well-formatted printings (or PDF by preview) when you print html using modern browser (such as Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari).
- Well-formatted HTML with CSS
- Good style for printings
- Auto numbered chapters
- Code Highlighting
You can install markd using RubyGems as below:
$ gem install markd
Build html from markdown:
$ markd -o out_dir markdown.md
where markdown.md is target markdown file and out_dir is directory that html/css/js files are generated into.
$ markd *.md
Or simply give source markdwon file(s). Multiple files are acceptable. Default output directory is "docs".
Use -h (or --help) option to show detail.
$ markd -h
markd has three engines:
- Markdown (default)
markd automatically select engine by file extention (.md for Markdown, .textile for Textile, .wiki for Wiki).
See more instructions:
markd is released under the MIT license.