Translates one or many Text/Markdown/Rest/HTML to html with bootstrap and opens the browser for you.
Install it throught pip:
pip install txt2bootstrap
Or, if you want to hack on this repo:
git clone https://github.com/LuRsT/txt2bootstrap python setup.py install
Threre’s no requirement, unless you want to view markdown or ReST files, which if you do, you’ll need to install each needed module:
Markdown files -> Markdown ReST files -> docutils
If you don’t have any of them, the script will fallback to simple text, printing it directly (if there’s any html, it will be shown prettier by your browser).
If you have a problem with the selected browser, change the env var $BROWSER to the browser that you want to be opened.
How to use
txt2bootstrap file.md file.rst file.txt #...
Ways to use it
Joe is a writter who likes markdown and is not afraid of the terminal, so he writes his markdown file and previews it using this script, to check if he still remembers how to bold a word.
Rose is a front-end developer who wants a quick and dirty prototype, so she will write a simple html file not caring about the <body> or <head> tags or any of that gibberish and then view it using this script.
Michael is a pro developer who stumbled upon this script and actually found a bug so fixed it and sent a pull request.
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