This is not yet ready to be used, as it generates weird-looking Gemtext (though md2gmn is just fine with the same text). See #10.
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This repo holds a converter of Hugo Markdown posts to text/gemini (also named Gemtext in this README). The converter is supposed to make people using Hugo's entrance to Project Gemini, the alternate web, somewhat simpler.
The renderer is somewhat hasty, and is NOT supposed to be able to convert the entirety of possible Markdown to Gemtext (as it's not possible to do so, considering Gemtext is a lot simpler than Markdown), but instead a selected subset of it, enough for conveying your mind in Markdown.
The renderer uses the gomarkdown library for parsing Markdown. gomarkdown has a few quirks at this time, the most notable one being unable to parse links/images inside other links.
This program converts Hugo Markdown content files from
accordance with templates found in
gmnhg/ to the output dir. It
also copies static files from
static/ to the output dir.
For more details about the rendering process, see the doc attached to the program.
Usage of gmnhg: -output string output directory (will be created if missing) (default "output/") -working string working directory (defaults to current directory)
This program reads Markdown input from either text file (if
-f filename is given), or stdin. The resulting Gemtext goes to stdout.
Usage of md2gmn: -f string input file
md2gmn is mainly made to facilitate testing the Gemtext renderer but can be used as a standalone program as well.
This program is redistributed under the terms and conditions of the GNU General Public License, more specifically version 3 of the License. For details, see COPYING.