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Date: Mon, 2 Sep 2013 10:12:31 +0300
From: Ivan Kanakarakis <>
Subject: Re: Initial draft of musl documentation/manual

On 2 September 2013 03:08, Luca Barbato <> wrote:

> On 01/09/13 18:57, Rich Felker wrote:
> > For the big doc, HTML and PDF are probably the more interesting output

​HTML is the usual output of markdown parsers.
AFAIK, GitHub uses redcarpet(ruby)[0] on top of sundown(C)[1]​

>  > formats. The big thing I don't see how to do easily is produce a nice
> > table of contents or index.
> Surprisingly easy =)
> lu

Kramdown is a superset of markdown​​. ​You cannot have an
automatically generated toc with the original/standard markdown.
Asciidoc[2] has that by default (among lots of others things).
MultiMarkdown(C)[3] also adds lots of features[4] to markdown,
getting markdown a little closer to Asciidoc's featureset.​

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*Ivan c00kiemon5ter Kanakarakis*  >:3

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