Textile or Markdown option?

Asked by fs on 2012-02-09

This is really more of a feature request than a question. :)

I would love, someday, the option to use Textile ( http://www.textism.com/tools/textile/ ) or Markdown ( http://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/ ) style markup for text formatting in RedNotebook. I really like these styles of markup because writing them feels more natural and I find them more readable when the end result is intended as plain text.

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Jendrik Seipp (jendrikseipp) said : #1

Choosing one of those markup tools is a matter of personal preference of
course. Me, I find txt2tags is the most intuitive markup, though it has
its rough corners of course. Changing the tool now is probably too much
work and causes too much breakage.

Ruin Christmas (ruinchristmas) said : #2

I vote for Markdown.

would have to do something about the # tags, though

Le Monolecte (monolecte) said : #3

What about Markdown?

I'm using differents editors, so, Markdown is now the most pratical and prevalent coding language to write texts quickly and efficiently. I really like RedNotebook but, it's very boring to have to work with an another language which is almost like Markdown but not. It can be very simple to have the same language, to move notes from an editor to others.

But I really like RedNotebook, otherwise.

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