Markdown-superset interpreter written in Ruby.
Maruku implements a superset of the Markdown language, designed to
easily create HTML documents while only focusing on the high-level
structure and not the details. Maruku also supports LaTeX export,
which means you can produce PDF output.
Maruku prides itself of being decently fast on long documents.
libmaruku-ruby does not Depends on the Ruby syntax library (for syntax
highlighting), as at the time of the writing, this library has not
yet been packaged for debian. This means that you will have some trouble
with some of the examples in the example/ directory.
This will however not prevent you from using maruku (without syntax
maruku - converts markdown files to various output
maruku [options] [file1.md [file2.md ...]]
maruku is a markdown interpreter: it accepts files written in
the markdown language and transforms them into HTML, TeX of
PDF (using pdflatex). If no file is given
marutex - converts markdown files to PDF using pdfLaTeX
The marutex is a small utiliy that converts files in the
maruku mardown format into PDF using pdflatex.
This program will not run if you don't have pdflatex
ruby-maruku (0.6.0-2) unstable; urgency=low
* Force a rebuild with newer gem2deb
* Conforms to
This package was debianized by Vincent Fourmond <firstname.lastname@example.org> on
Sun, 27 May 2007 01:23:34 +
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