Html To Markdown Python

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Markdown has very little to do with python testing. But I need a project to test, so I'm writing my own Markdown script. This is a brief introduction to. Markdownify supports the following options: strip A list of tags to strip (blacklist). This option can't be used with the convert option. Convert A list of tags to convert (whitelist).

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Conservatively convert html to markdown

Project description

Experimental

Purpose: Converts html to markdown while preserving unsupported html markup. The goal is to generate markdown that can be converted back into html. This is the major difference between html2markdown and html2text. The latter doesn’t purport to be reversible.

Information and caveats

Does not convert the content of block-type tags other than <p> – such as <div> tags – into Markdown

It does convert to markdown the content of inline-type tags, e.g. <span>.

Input: <div>this is stuff. <strong>stuff</strong></div>

Result: <div>this is stuff. <strong>stuff</strong></div>

Input: <p>this is stuff. <strong>stuff</strong></p>

Convert html to markdown python

Result: this is stuff. __stuff__ (surrounded by a newline on either side)

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Input: <span style='text-decoration:line-through;'>strike<strong>through</strong> some text</span> here

Result: <span style='text-decoration:line-through;'>strike __through__ some text</span> here

Except in unprocessed block-type tags, formatting characters are escaped

Input: <p>**escapeme?**</p> (in html, we would use <strong> here)

Result: **escapeme?**

Input: <span>**escapeme?**</span>

Html To Markdown Python

Result: <span>**escapeme?**</span>

Input: <div>**escapeme?**</div>

Result: <div>**escapeme?**</div> (block-type)

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Attributes not supported by Markdown are kept

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Example: <a href='http://myaddress'title='clickme'><strong>link</strong></a>

Result: [__link__](http://myaddress 'click me')

Example: <a onclick='javascript:dostuff()'href='http://myaddress'title='clickme'><strong>link</strong></a>

Result: <a onclick='javascript:dostuff()'href='http://myaddress'title='clickme'>__link__</a> (the attribute onclick is not supported, so the tag is left alone)

Changes

0.1.7:

  • Improved handling of inline tags.
  • Fix: Ignore <a> tags without an href attribute.
  • Improve escaping.

0.1.6: Added tests and support for Python versions below 2.7.

0.1.5: Fix Unicode issue in Python 3.

0.1.0: First version.

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