I'm seeking a Markdown editor that is:
- ready-to-run on *buntu,
- and not an "online" editor;
and includes these two features:
- auto-generated table of contents (ToC) from headings; and
- the facility to drag-drop sections of the document to a new location internally.
The precise "feature set" I'm looking for here is available in MultiMarkdown Composer, v. 2 (scroll down to the "Table of Contents" heading):
But this fine editor is a Mac App. Here's what I have already seen/tried:
- CuteMarkEd which at least satisfies the first feature requirement (auto-ToC), but it looks like people have had trouble compiling it for Ubuntu, and compiling anything is outside my comfort zone.
- A related question (not a duplicate): "Markdown editor with structure view" on SoftwareRecs was satisfied by StackEdit's auto-ToC feature, but I don't want an app that runs in the browser.
- I have also tried a Markdown ToC package for the Atom editor, but it struck me as cumbersome (and I had trouble invoking it anyway).
Of course it would be nice if there was a FOSS app that meets these criteria, but I would be interested to know of any editors that satisfy the spec.