What is `markup.el`?
`markup.el` is a library for Emacsen to easily generate markup code from lisp. Essentially it´s an emacs lisp port of cl-markup (look at: https://github.com/arielnetworks/cl-markup)
How to use it?
You can generate simple markup like so:
;; simple example (markup (:p "This is a simple example")) ;; => "<p>This is a simple example</p>"
When you want to have a full document you can do something like:
(markup-html5 (:div :style "border: 1px solid #000" "Some content of the div!")) ;; => "<!DOCTYPE html><html><div style=\"border: 1px solid #000\">Some content of the div!</div></html>"
You can even mix in some other expressions or variables:
(let ((maximum 5)) (markup-html5 (:body (:ul (loop for x from 1 to maximum collect (markup (:li x " / " maximum))))))) ;; => "<!DOCTYPE html><html><body><ul><li>1 / 5</li><li>2 / 5</li><li>3 / 5</li><li>4 / 5</li><li>5 / 5</li></ul></body></html>"
How to contribute?
- Fork the repository
- Create a feature branch
- Do your changes
- Do your testing
- Create Pull Request
markup.el Emacs Lisp library for easily generating markup code from lisp. Copyright by Arthur Leonard Andersen
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