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#.H1 Markdown.awk
#.H2 Synopsis
#.P awk -f markdown.awk file.txt > file.html
#.H2 Download
#.P
#Download from
#.URL http://lawker.googlecode.com/svn/fridge/gawk/text/markdown.awk LAWKER.
#.H2 Description
#.P
# (Note: this code was orginally called <em>txt2html.awk</em> by its author but that caused a name
# clash inside LAWKER. Hence, I've taken the liberty of renamining it. --<a href="?who/timm">Timm</a>)
#.P The following code implements a subset of John Gruber's <a href="http://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/">Markdown</a> langauge: a widely-used, ultra light-weight markup language for html.
#.UL
#.LI Paragraghs- denoted by a leading blank line.
#.LI
#Links: <pre>An [example](http://url.com/ "Title") </pre>
#.LI
#Images: <pre>![alt text](/path/img.jpg "Title")</pre>
#.LI
#Emphasis: **To be in italics**
#.LI
#Code: `&lt;code&gt;` spans are delimited by backticks.
#.LI
#Headings (Setex style)
#.PRE
#Level 1 Header
#===============
#
#Level 2 Header
#--------------
#
#Level 3 Header
#______________
#./PRE
#.LI
#Heaings (Atx style):
#.P Number of leading "#" codes the heading level:
#.PRE
## Level 1 Header
##### Level 4 Header
#./PRE
#.LI Unordered lists
#.PRE
#- List item 1
#- List item 2
#./PRE
#.P Note: beginnging and end of list are automatically inferred, maybe not always correctly.
#.LI Ordered lists
#.P Denoted by a number at start-of-line.
#.PRE
#1 A numbered list item
#./PRE
#./UL
#.H2 Code
#.P
# The following code demonstrates a "exception-style" of Awk programming. Note
#how all the processing relating to each mark-up tag is localized (exception, carrying
#round prior text and environments). The modularity of the following code should make it
#easily hackable.
#.H3 Globals
#.PRE
BEGIN {
env = "none";
text = "";
}
#./PRE
#.H3 Images
#.PRE
/^!\[.+\] *\(.+\)/ {
split($0, a, /\] *\(/);
split(a[1], b, /\[/);
imgtext = b[2];
split(a[2], b, /\)/);
imgaddr = b[1];
print "<p><img src=\"" imgaddr "\" alt=\"" imgtext "\" title=\"\" /></p>\n";
text = "";
next;
}
#./PRE
#.H3 Links
#.PRE
/\] *\(/ {
do {
na = split($0, a, /\] *\(/);
split(a[1], b, "[");
linktext = b[2];
nc = split(a[2], c, ")");
linkaddr = c[1];
text = text b[1] "<a href=\"" linkaddr "\">" linktext "</a>" c[2];
for(i = 3; i <= nc; i++)
text = text ")" c[i];
for(i = 3; i <= na; i++)
text = text "](" a[i];
$0 = text;;
text = "";
}
while (na > 2);
}
#./PRE
#.H3 Code
#.PRE
/`/ {
while (match($0, /`/) != 0) {
if (env == "code") {
sub(/`/, "</code>");
env = pcenv;
}
else {
sub(/`/, "<code>");
pcenv = env;
env = "code";
}
}
}
#./PRE
#.H3 Emphasis
#.PRE
/\*\*/ {
while (match($0, /\*\*/) != 0) {
if (env == "emph") {
sub(//, "</emph>");
env = peenv;
}
else {
sub(/\*\*/, "<emph>");
peenv = env;
env = "emph";
}
}
}
#./PRE
#.H3 Setex-style Headers
#.P (Plus h3 with underscores.)
#.PRE
/^=+$/ {
print "<h1>" text "</h1>\n";
text = "";
next;
}
/^-+$/ {
print "<h2>" text "</h2>\n";
text = "";
next;
}
/^_+$/ {
print "<h3>" text "</h3>\n";
text = "";
next;
}
#./PRE
#.H3 Atx-style headers
#.PRE
/^#/ {
match($0, /#+/);
n = RLENGTH;
if(n > 6)
n = 6;
print "<h" n ">" substr($0, RLENGTH + 1) "</h" n ">\n";
next;
}
#./PRE
#.H3 Unordered Lists
#.PRE
/^[*-+]/ {
if (env == "none") {
env = "ul";
print "<ul>";
}
print "<li>" substr($0, 3) "</li>";
text = "";
next;
}
/^[0-9]./ {
if (env == "none") {
env = "ol";
print "<ol>";
}
print "<li>" substr($0, 3) "</li>";
next;
}
#./PRE
#.H3 Paragraphs
#.PRE
/^[ t]*$/ {
if (env != "none") {
if (text)
print text;
text = "";
print "</" env ">\n";
env = "none";
}
if (text)
print "<p>" text "</p>\n";
text = "";
next;
}
#./PRE
#.H3 Default
#.PRE
// {
text = text $0;
}
#./PRE
#.H3 End
#.PRE
END {
if (env != "none") {
if (text)
print text;
text = "";
print "</" env ">\n";
env = "none";
}
if (text)
print "<p>" text "</p>\n";
text = "";
}
#./PRE
#.H2 Bugs
#.P Does not implement the full Markdown syntax.
#.H2 Author
#.P Jesus Galan (yiyus) 2006
# &lt;yiyu DOT jgl AT gmail DOT com>