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Plugin adding Markdown text-editing support to Eclipse. Makes editing text files in Eclipse a lot better. Markdown is a simple and intuitive text format syntax that lets you get rich formatting with 'normal' text.
Features: document outline, folded sections, preview, export-to-html, task tags, word-wrapping, paragraph formatting.
New in version 1.0.0
- associate with .mdown, .markdown
- fix NPE for <> style links in Kepler 4.3.1
New in version 1.1.0
- added code Rule by @tbrugz Telmo Brugnara
- open Preferences icon on View toolbar
New in 1.2.0 (Jan 2015) by Olivier Martin @oliviermartin #52
- Update preview when the file is saved #48
- MultiMarkdown metadata #49
- GitHub code blocks #50
- detecting links #51
- open GFM View from Markdown View #53
New update site: http://www.nodeclipse.org/updates/markdown/
Old update site: http://www.winterwell.com/software/updatesite/
Check sources on GitHub https://github.com/winterstein/Eclipse-Markdown-Editor-Plugin/ and live us a star!
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Submitted by gustav klopp on Sat, 2015-10-17 03:55
Unfortunately I can't get the nested list markdown, which is an important function for me...
+ first item
+ second item
+ third item
+ first nested item
+ second nested item
+ third nested item
(the entire nested list appears directly after 'third item', on one line without return)
Submitted by Paul Verest on Tue, 2015-10-20 04:23
Submitted by Rafael Chaves on Wed, 2015-07-22 11:08
The Marketplace listing states the license is LGPL:
however the GitHub repository states it is EPL. Unsure which one is the right one.
Submitted by Paul Verest on Fri, 2015-07-24 14:11
Of course sources were right. Is it right for you?
Submitted by Rafael Chaves on Fri, 2015-07-24 15:29
Thanks for fixing the license in the listing.
Submitted by Mickael Istria - away until ... on Mon, 2015-06-29 11:00
Mylyn Wikitext ( https://wiki.eclipse.org/Mylyn/WikiText ) provides another implementation of Markdown support, which I prefer to this one.
Submitted by Paul Verest on Fri, 2015-07-24 14:20
Both are available within Enide 2015 http://www.nodeclipse.org/enide/2015
Comparing to Mylyn wikitext Markdown Editor has
- separate View for preview: you can edit looking at result
- better Dark theme support (not black text on black background)
- GitHub code blocks
- HtML comments
Submitted by David Dossot on Mon, 2015-02-09 13:32
I've switched from the WikiText Editor to this Markdown editor to get task tag support, but alas it doesn't seem to work or I can't get it to work.
My preferences contain this task tags list: TODO,FIXME,LATER
None of the following show in Eclipse's task list after saving an .md file:> TODO test 1
TODO test 2
`TODO` test 3
Not sure how to make this work...
> TODO test 1
TODO test 2
`TODO` test 3
Submitted by Mariano Ruiz on Wed, 2013-10-30 15:36
The highlight is very poor, even titles are highlighted.
Submitted by Paul Verest on Wed, 2014-04-30 02:09
With pull request https://github.com/winterstein/Eclipse-Markdown-Editor-Plugin/pull/37 by Telmo Brugnara the coloring is improved substantially.
Submitted by Paul Verest on Mon, 2013-07-01 01:19
I can't install anything from http://winterstein.me.uk/projects/tt-update-site/ references here,
and home page http://www.winterwell.com/software/markdown-editor.php references other update site http://winterwell.com/software/updatesite/ that has only 0.2.3
Where is 0.9 ?
Submitted by Daniel Winterstein on Tue, 2013-09-10 08:14
Thank you for flagging this up.
The versioning changed when ThinkTank Mathematics closed and the project moved to Winterwell.
We'll do a 1.0 release soon to bring it inline with the old numbering.
The correct update site is: http://winterwell.com/software/updatesite/
I've updated the marketplace entry as you suggested.
Submitted by Lance E Sloan on Fri, 2011-08-26 10:00
I like this extension for the word wrapping, but I'm not sure of the other formatting features.
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