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Python-Markdown extension for annotating gthnk journal text files

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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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