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Python-Markdown extension for annotating gthnk journal text files

Project description

Extend Python Markdown with the gthnk journal annotation format. With this extension installed, all datestamps and timestamps will be rendered as headings.


pip install mdx-journal


Please see the Readme file on github.

An example

First, let’s look at a journal entry without this custom markup.

>>> from markdown import markdown
>>> text = "2013-12-16\n\n1620\n\nThis is the first entry\n1621\n\nAnd this is the second entry"
>>> markdown(text)
u'<p>2013-12-16</p>\n<p>1620</p>\n<p>This is the first entry\n1621</p>\n<p>And this is the second entry</p>'

Now let’s look at a journal entry with journal markup applied. You will see that dates and times are now wrapped in heading tags.

>>> markdown(text, extensions=["journal"])
u'<p><h3>2013-12-16</h3></p>\n<p><h4>1620</h4></p>\n<p>This is the first entry\n<h4>1621</h4></p>\n<p>And this is the second entry</p>'


MIT License.

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