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Markdown syntax : Syntax file for Markdown text-to-HTML language

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created by
Ben Williams
 
script type
syntax
 
description
A syntax file for the Markdown text-to-HTML tool http://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/

The latest development version is available on Github at http://github.com/plasticboy/vim-markdown/
Please submit patches there.
 
install details
See http://plasticboy.com/markdown-vim-mode/
 

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package script version date Vim version user release notes
mkd.vim 9 2009-05-18 6.0 Ben Williams Numerous link and emphasis fixes.
mkd.vim 8 2008-04-30 6.0 Ben Williams Really fix matching bold and underline characters inside of words.
mkd.vim 7 2008-03-01 6.0 Ben Williams Fixes several bugs, most thanks to David Wolever:
    * Donít match bold and underline characters inside of words.
    * Donít match code blocks that arenít preceded by a blank line.
    * Fix double back-tick code blocks without a back-tick inside of them.
    * Fix # headings being matched anywhere in the line.
    * Match <pre> and <code> tags.

mkd.vim 6 2006-09-01 6.0 Ben Williams Enables spellchecking in Vim 7 and adds highlighting for reference-style links thanks to Will Norris.
mkd.vim 5 2005-12-01 6.0 Ben Williams Fixes numbered headings being highlighted as list items and horizontal rules being highlighted as headings. Thanks to Stephen Haberman.
mkd.vim 4 2005-08-24 6.0 Ben Williams Fixes stuff in parentheses being highlighted when not part of a link structure.
mkd.vim 3 2005-05-05 6.0 Ben Williams Fixes a problem with indented lists being highlighted as code blocks.
mkd.vim 2 2005-03-21 6.0 Ben Williams Initial upload
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