You can also use markdown for your articles by using lowdown (or really any translator).
support isn’t internal to sblg(1).
However, you can easily use it by translating the Markdown text into
XHTML and wrapping it with the appropriate
.md.xml: ( echo "<?xml version=\"1.0\" encoding=\"UTF-8\" ?>" ; \ echo "<article data-sblg-article=\"1\">" ; \ lowdown $< ; \ echo "</article>" ; ) >$@
I use lowdown because I wrote
it (modernised fork of hoedown)
and because it has some additional support for
sblg(1) like annotating the first
paragraph with an
You can see this file in its original form as article10.md. Enjoy!