HTML::WikiConverter::MultiMarkdown - Converts HTML to MultiMarkdown
my $converter = HTML::WikiConverter::MultiMarkdown->new();
my $markdown = $converter->html2wiki( html => $html );
This is a subclass of HTML::WikiConverter::Markdown that output
MultiMarkdown syntax. The most notable extension MultiMarkdown provides
for original Markdown is support for tables.
See http://fletcherpenney.net/multimarkdown/ for more information on
For now, this module's implementation is incomplete, and it does not
support most MultiMarkdown features. Supported features are:
There is basic support for tables. The first row of a table is
always treated as the header. There is no support for column or row
groups. There is also no support for captions or summaries.
The page's `' tag will be turned into a Title metadata item.
Patches for more syntax feature support are welcome.
See HTML::WikiConverter for usage information.
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