[kramdown-users] [ANN] kramdown 0.9.0 released
sunshine at sunshineco.com
Fri Jun 25 09:26:40 EDT 2010
On 6/25/2010 2:19 AM, Thomas Leitner wrote:
>> First, what is the intended behavior when feeding kramdown a
>> fully-structured HTML document containing<html>,<head>,<body>?
> It should output it in a hybrid format, i.e. converting everything
> possible to kramdown and leaving the rest as HTML. I just ran a sample
> HTML document through html-to-kramdown-to-html and it worked fine for
> all things except the DOCTYPE - I have put this on my TODO list.
I'm not sure that I understand. When I feed it the HTML input:
The emitted kramdown is:
<body markdown="1"># Header
But in the conversion back to HTML, kramdown entities, such as "#
Header" and "***text***" are not converted to HTML equivalents. In fact,
the output of kramdown -> HTML is identical to the input (minus the
>> C:\>kramdown test.kd> test.html
>> `check': incompatible encoding regexp match (UTF-8 regexp with IBM437
>> string) (Encoding::CompatibilityError)
> Hmm... I have to look at this, and probably generate some test cases
> for checking encodings under Ruby 1.9. Could you send me the test.kd
> document so that I can dig into it and find the offending regexp?
I narrowed it down to this fragment:
The equivalent <p>François</p> is converted to kramdown and back
to HTML without problem.
>> Third, this is an old HTML document still using<b>bold</b> elements
>> rather than<strong>...</strong>. The<b>bold</b> elements were not
>> converted to **bold** Markdown. I think it should be safe to treat
>> <b> as equivalent to<strong> for conversion purposes.
> Yeah, I thought about this... but decided against it, can't remember
> why. But it should probably be okay converting<b> and<i> to<strong>
If the intention is for perfect fidelity in the HTML -> kramdown -> HTML
chain, then I can understand not touching <b> and <i> since you could
not reproduce them in the final HTML. Perhaps an option in the HTML
parser could control whether <b> and <i> are folded to <strong> and <em>.
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