Other Aliassoldout_renderers, lus_body_escape
SYNOPSISIn renderers.h Ft void Fo lus_attr_escape Fa struct buf *ob Fa const char *str Fa size_t len Fc Ft void Fo lus_body_escape Fa struct buf *ob Fa const char *str Fa size_t len Fc Vt extern const struct mkd_renderer mkd_html; Vt extern const struct mkd_renderer mkd_xhtml; Vt extern const struct mkd_renderer discount_html; Vt extern const struct mkd_renderer discount_xhtml; Vt extern const struct mkd_renderer nat_html; Vt extern const struct mkd_renderer nat_xhtml;
DESCRIPTIONThe Fn lus_attr_escape and Fn lus_body_escape functions escape all problematic characters in (X)HTML: `<' , `>' , `&' , `"' ; and `<' , `>' , `&' respectively. They accept a string str of the length len and output into ob buffer.
All provided renderers come with two flavors, _html producing HTML code (self-closing tags are rendered like this: <hr>), and _xhtml producing XHTML code (self-closing tags like <hr />).
mkd_html and mkd_xhtml implement standard markdown to (X)HTML translation without any extension.
discount_html and discount_xhtml implement on top of the standard markdown some of the extensions found in Discount and PHP-Markdown-like tables. Here is a list of all extensions included in these renderers:
- image size specification, by appending "=(width)x(height)" to the link
pseudo-protocols in links:
- abbr:description for <abbr title="description">...</abbr>
- class:name for <span class="name">...</span>
- id:name for <span id="name">...</span>
- raw:text for verbatim unprocessed text inclusion
- class blocks: blockquotes beginning with %class% will be rendered as a div of the given class(es)
nat_html and nat_xhtml implement on top of Discount extensions and Natasha's own extensions. Here is a list of these extensions:
- id attribute for headers, using the syntax id#Header text
- class attribute for paragraphs, by putting class name(s) between parenthesis at the very beginning of the paragraph
- <ins> and <del> spans, using respectively ++ and -- as delimiters (with emphasis-like restrictions, i.e. an opening delimiter cannot be followed by a whitespace, and a closing delimiter cannot be preceded by a whitespace)
- plain <span> without attribute, using emphasis-like delimiter |