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This module provides a wrapper around various text markup languages.

Available by default are Markdown, reStructuredText, Textile and AsciiDoc, but you can easily add your own markups.

Usage example:

>>> import markups
>>> markup = markups.get_markup_for_file_name("myfile.rst")
>>> markup.name
'reStructuredText'
>>> markup.attributes[markups.common.SYNTAX_DOCUMENTATION]
'https://docutils.sourceforge.io/docs/ref/rst/restructuredtext.html'
>>> text = """
... Hello, world!
... =============
...
... This is an example **reStructuredText** document.
... """
>>> result = markup.convert(text)
>>> result.get_document_title()
'Hello, world!'
>>> print(result.get_document_body())  # doctest: +NORMALIZE_WHITESPACE
<main id="hello-world">
<h1 class="title" data-posmap="3">Hello, world!</h1>
<p data-posmap="5">This is an example <strong>reStructuredText</strong> document.</p>
</main>

The release version can be downloaded from PyPI or installed using:

pip install Markups

The source code is hosted on GitHub.

The documentation is available online or can be generated from source by installing Sphinx and running:

python3 -m sphinx docs build/sphinx/html

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