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marked — a javascript markdown parser

Synopsis

marked [-o <output>] [-i <input>] [--help] [--tokens] [--pedantic] [--gfm] [--breaks] [--tables] [--sanitize] [--smart-lists] [--lang-prefix <prefix>] [--no-etc...] [--silent] [filename]

Description

marked is a full-featured javascript markdown parser, built for speed. It also includes multiple GFM features.

Examples

cat in.md | marked > out.html

echo "hello *world*" | marked

marked -o out.html in.md --gfm

marked --output="hello world.html" -i in.md --no-breaks

Options

-o--output [output]
Specify file output. If none is specified, write to stdout.
-i--input [input]
Specify file input, otherwise use last argument as input file. If no input file is specified, read from stdin.
-t--tokens
Output a token stream instead of html.
--pedantic
Conform to obscure parts of markdown.pl as much as possible. Don't fix original markdown bugs.
--gfm
Enable github flavored markdown.
--breaks
Enable GFM line breaks. Only works with the gfm option.
--tables
Enable GFM tables. Only works with the gfm option.
--sanitize
Sanitize output. Ignore any HTML input.
--smart-lists
Use smarter list behavior than the original markdown.
--lang-prefix [prefix]
Set the prefix for code block classes.
--no-sanitize-no-etc...
The inverse of any of the marked options above.
--silent
Silence error output.
-h--help
Display help information.

Configuration

For configuring and running programmatically.

Example

require('marked')('*foo*', { gfm: true });

Bugs

Please report any bugs to https://github.com/chjj/marked.

License

Copyright (c) 2011-2014, Christopher Jeffrey (MIT License).

See Also

markdown(1), node.js(1)

Info

2014-01-31 v0.3.1 marked.js