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README.md

Maruku

Maruku is a Markdown-superset interpreter.

Maruku implements:

  • The original Markdown syntax.
  • All the improvements in PHP Markdown Extra.
  • A new meta-data syntax.

Read more about Maruku's Markdown syntax. It also supports inline math. Maruku docs.

News about Maruku is posted at http://benhollis.net/blog/category/maruku/

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Installing

Make sure you have Ruby and RubyGems, then run:

gem install maruku

Basic use

To convert Markdown from your Ruby programs, first create a new document and then get its HTML representation with the method to_html:

doc = Maruku.new(markdown_string)
puts doc.to_html

The #to_html method returns a string, representing an HTML fragment.

Maruku.new("## Header ##").to_html
# => "<h2 id='header'>header</h2>"

If you want to create full HTML documents, use the #to_html_document method.

Error Management

Maruku warns you if something is wrong with the input. The default behaviour is to print a warning on standard error, and then try to continue.

This behavior can be customized with the :on_error option. For example:

Maruku.new(string, :on_error => :raise)

This tells Maruku to raise an exception if it encounters a parsing error.

To change the error stream, use the :error_stream option:

errors = "Errors reported by Maruku:\n"
Maruku.new(invalid, :error_stream => errors)

You can pass in any object that supports the << method.

Command-line usage

Maruku comes with two command-line programs: maruku and marutex.

maruku converts Markdown to HTML:

$ maruku file.md  # creates file.html

marutex converts Markdown to LaTeX, then calls pdflatex to transform the LaTeX to a PDF:

$ marutex file.md  # creates file.tex and file.pdf

Code organization

The public interface is the Maruku class. Everything else is in the module MaRuKu.

Dependencies

Maruku will not depend on any gem that is not pure-Ruby. This helps maximize compatibility across Ruby implementations and make Maruku easy to use. Beyond that, Maruku should not depend on any other gem unless absolutely necessary - this make Maruku easy to consume and avoids dependency version conflicts.

Supported Ruby Versions

This library aims to support and is tested against the following Ruby implementations:

  • Ruby 1.8.7
  • Ruby 1.9.2
  • Ruby 1.9.3
  • Ruby 2.0.0
  • JRuby (Travis' version, 1.8 and 1.9 modes)
  • Rubinius (Travis' version, 1.8 and 1.9 modes)

If something doesn't work on one of these interpreters, it's a bug.

Contributing

  • Find something you would like to work on.
  • Fork the project and do your work in a topic branch.
    • Make sure your changes will work on all the Rubies we test on.
  • Add tests in spec/block_docs for the behavior you want to test.
  • Run all the tests using bundle exec rake.
  • Rebase your branch against bhollis/maruku to make sure everything is up to date.
  • Commit your changes and send a pull request.

License

Copyright (c) 2006 Andrea Censi. MIT license, see MIT-LICENSE.txt for details.

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