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## Overview If you want to get started with kramdown, have a look at the [installation page](installation.html) to see how you can install it on your system. Then look through the [documentation](documentation.html) for finding information about how to actually use kramdown and its parsers/converters. The [quick reference](quickref.html) provides a overview of the syntax -- if you need a more detailed description of the superset of Markdown which kramdown supports the [syntax page](syntax.html) is the place to go! {tikz:: path: overview.png img_attr: {style: 'background:transparent'} content_processor.tikz.libraries: [mindmap, trees, arrows] content_processor.tikz.transparent: true content_processor.tikz.resolution: 300 100 content_processor.tikz.opts: | mindmap, concept color=black, text=white, root concept/.append style={font=\Large}, level 1 concept/.append style={font=\Large, minimum size=2.6cm}, level 2 concept/.append style={font=\Large}, } \node[concept, font=\Large] (lib) {kramdown's internal representation} child[concept color=orange, grow=120, ->] {node[concept] (i-kramdown) {kramdown}} child[concept color=orange, grow=160] {node[concept] (i-html) {HTML}} child[concept color=orange, grow=200] {node[concept] (i-gfm) {GFM}} child[concept color=orange, grow=240] {node[concept] (i-markdown) {Markdown}} child[concept color=green!50!black, grow=60] {node[concept] (o-html) {HTML}} child[concept color=green!50!black, grow=20] {node[concept] (o-kramdown) {kramdown}} child[concept color=green!50!black, grow=-20] { node[concept] (o-latex) {\LaTeX} child[grow=0] { node[concept] (o-latex-pdf) {PDF} } } child[concept color=green!50!black, grow=-60] {node[concept] (o-pdf) {PDF}} ; \draw [dash pattern=on 0pt off 2pt,line width=5pt,arrows=-angle 60,shorten >=15pt,shorten <=10pt,color=orange] (i-kramdown) edge(lib) (i-markdown) edge(lib) (i-html) edge (lib) (i-gfm) edge (lib); \draw [dash pattern=on 0pt off 2pt,line width=5pt,arrows=-angle 60,shorten >=10pt,shorten <=15pt,color=green!50!black] (lib) edge(o-html) (lib) edge (o-kramdown) (lib) edge (o-latex) (lib) edge (o-pdf); {tikz} {: style="text-align: center"} ## Bugs, Forums, Mailing Lists If you have found a bug, you should [report it here][bug_report]. Also, there is the [kramdown-users google group][ml] available if you have any questions! [bug_report]: http://github.com/gettalong/kramdown/issues [ml]: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/kramdown-users ## Thanks kramdown would not be possible without the prior work of many other people. I want to thank everyone involved with making Markdown such a nice markup language and especially the developers of other Markdown implementations because kramdown borrowed many ideas from existing packages. ## Author * Thomas Leitner * e-Mail: [PHP Markdown Extra]: http://michelf.com/projects/php-markdown/extra/ [Maruku]: http://maruku.rubyforge.org [BlueFeather]: http://ruby.morphball.net/bluefeather/index_en.html --- intro
**kramdown**{:itemprop="name"} (sic, not Kramdown or KramDown, just kramdown) is a *free* [MIT](https://github.com/gettalong/kramdown/blob/master/COPYING){:itemprop="license"}-licensed [Ruby](http://www.ruby-lang.org) library for parsing and converting a superset of Markdown. It is completely written in Ruby, supports standard Markdown (with some minor modifications) and various extensions that have been made popular by the [PHP Markdown Extra] package and [Maruku]. {:itemprop="description"} It is probably the fastest pure-Ruby Markdown converter available (September 2014), being about 3x faster than [Maruku] and about 4.5x faster than [BlueFeather]. Version **1.16.2**{:itemprop="softwareVersion"} released on **2017-11-29**{:itemprop="datePublished"}, [more news](news.html) {: style="text-align: center; font-size: 80%"}
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[PHP Markdown Extra]: http://michelf.com/projects/php-markdown/extra/ [Maruku]: http://maruku.rubyforge.org [BlueFeather]: http://ruby.morphball.net/bluefeather/index_en.html