A markdown link preprocessor for Python Markdown
Mdx Link2MD: Convert markdown to HTML in batch
This extension for Python Markdown
md extension in the markdown links to
html before links in the text
are converted to HTML hyperlinks. For example, the sample text in markdown format,
Please read [help](../read.md)
would be converted to
Please read <a href="../read.html">help</a>
This would allow converting markdown files to HTML format in batch, with internal links to markdown files being updated to the corresponding HTML files. It helps most when there are cross references among the markdown documents of interest.
The project is on PyPI!
$ pip install mdx_link2md
If you want the latest version, which might include unreleased-to-PyPI code,
you can always grab the
develop branch directly from Git.
$ pip install git+git://github.com/scyu16/mdx_link2md.git
As A Utility Script
The package can run as a top-level script to convert the multiple markdown files in batch:
$ python -m mdx_link2md <files_to_be_converted>
The converted files are placed in the same directory as the source files with the same
As A Module
If more flexibility is desired, the package could be used as a
from markdown import markdown from mdx_link2md.markdownlinks import MarkdownLinkExtension md = markdown.Markdown(output_format='html5', extensions=[MarkdownLinkExtension(ignore_url=False)]) md.convertFile('input_file', output='output_file', encoding='utf-8')
Please see __main__.py for the source code of the script that makes the module work as a utility, as described in the preceding subsection.
The only setting for the extension is
ignore_url, with a
True default value.
False, markdown links to none local files are also updated:
1. If the package is run as a utility script, `ignore_url` is set to `True`. 2. The package is case insensitive to the `md` file extension in either usage.
develop branch holds the latest stable code. Please create branches off
branch for any changes or enhancement. It's suggested you first create a virtual
environment and activate it, then:
$ git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:scyu16/mdx_link2md.git
. For Python 2.x,
$ pip install -r requirements/python2.txt
, while for Python 3.x,
$ pip install -r requirements/python3.txt
With this being done,
import mdx_link2md would pick up any local changes made to
- Make it work for links in other forms
- Fix circle ci for publishing to PyPi
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