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You, sir, are looking for GitHub Wikis.


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ghostwriter In Ubuntu 20.04, install from the bundled apt repos: sudo apt install ghostwriter Pros: bundled in official Ubuntu repos binary executable rather than a script actively maintained


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Rentry is fast and simple and supports MarkDown.


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I recommend JotterPad, it's a MarkDown editor but does viewing superbly. I love it's dark mode. I think it might work for you, give it a go.


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Okular has a Markdown backend, which allows it to display Markdown-formated text. On Debian-based systems (like Ubuntu) you might have to install the okular-extra-backends package to use it. The nice thing about Okular is that it is just a plain viewer. You can use your text editor of choice, and as soon as you save the Markdown document, Okular reloads the ...


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There is also an amazing one here on GitHub appropriately named Glow... It's absolutely lightweight. You don't even need to leave the terminal. Works on Linux, Mac and Windows. Here's a simple markdown text I created quickly to view with Glow. It only consists of an ordinary(non-marked-down) line of text, an H1 header, a horizontal rule, a block quote line, ...


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I was looking for something similar, and since I could not find it, I wrote a small python script following the principles outlined by rd_nielsen. https://gist.github.com/frederik-elwert/5d0fee06aad946c75ef03084a2684233 You can call it like this: python3 pandoc-merge.py --csv addresses.csv -o merged_letter.pdf letter_template.md In your template, you can ...


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You should also take a look at Sphinx it is phython-based, and runs on multiple platforms (Windows, Unix, MacOS, Docker) To quote: Output formats: HTML (including Windows HTML Help), LaTeX (for printable PDF versions), ePub, Texinfo, manual pages, plain text Extensive cross-references: semantic markup and automatic links for functions, classes, citations,...


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You might want to try https://www.zettlr.com/ display simultaneously file tree and editor area (and be able to switch between files); CHECK support markdown format (highlight markdown format and display formatted preview); CHECK (nice to have) be able to display TOC generated from markdown headers in file; CHECK be open source and work under Linux. CHECK


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Why not trying https://github.com/JPro-one/markdown-javafx-renderer? It is based on flexmark-java. Example application: https://github.com/jpro-one/markdown-javafx-renderer/blob/master/example/src/main/java/com/sandec/mdfx/ExampleMDFX.java Usage: import com.sandec.mdfx.MDFXNode; MDFXNode mdfx = new MDFXNode("your-markdown"); content.getStylesheets().add("...


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Simple Note: is a note taking and its accepting MarkDown https://simplenote.com Boostnote: Another alternative and its what i am using. https://boostnote.io/ Both are Totally Free..


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mdless I found this one quite handy. It is a ruby gem, that allows CLI viewing of Markdown files. if you are using Ubuntu: sudo apt install ruby sudo gem install mdless https://brettterpstra.com/2015/08/21/mdless-better-markdown-in-terminal/


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