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remark is a markdown processor powered by plugins part of the unified collective.

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remark not another markdown to HTML compiler. It can generate and reformat markdown too. Powered by plugins to do all kinds of things: check markdown code style, transform safely to React, add a table of contents, or compile to man pages.

This repository contains the following projects:

  • remark-parse — Parse a markdown document to a syntax tree
  • remark-stringify — Stringify a syntax tree to a markdown document
  • remark — Programmatic interface with both remark-parse and remark-stringify
  • remark-cli — Command-line interface wrapping remark


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