Earmark is a pure-Elixir Markdown converter.
It is intended to be used as a library (just call Earmark.as_html), but can also be used as a command-line tool (run mix escript.build first).
Output generation is pluggable.
EarmarkAstDsl is a toolset to generate EarmarkParser conformant AST Nodes.
Its main purpose is to remove boilerplate code from Earmark and EarmarkParser tests.
Earmark AST the parser and AST Generator for Dave Thomas' Earmark.
The parser generates an Abstract Syntax Tree from Markdown.
The original Earmark will still provide the HTML Transformation and the CLI, however its Scanner, Parser and AST Renderer have been extracted into this library.
EarmarkTagCloud is a plugin for Earmark allowing for simple Tag Cloud generation.
Some Tools Commonly Needed (commonly means once a year by me, but still)
Extractly `mix xtra` task to render `EEx` templates with easy access to hexdocs.
The Extractly module gives easy access to Elixir metainformation of the application using the extractly package, notably, module and function documentation.
Macros to create functions with syntax based keyword parameters with default values
defkw make_list_elem( parent, text, spaced: false, type: :ul ) do ... end
def make_list_elem( parent, text, keywords \  ) do some_code_with( spaces, typed) end
An isolated HTML generator. Inspired in its simplicity by Dave Thomas' keynote, condensed here https://pragdave.me/blog/2018/06/02/project-structure.html
Simple Library to manage Errors and Results. Inspired in its simplicity by Dave Thomas' keynote, condensed here https://pragdave.me/blog/2018/06/02/project-structure.html
A Simple State Machine
A simple tool to insert docstrings into files (typically markdown files like README.md)
Traverse is a toolset to walk arbitrary Elixir Datastructures in a functional way.