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On 11/28/2016 06:44 PM, Cley Faye wrote:
2016-11-28 16:48 GMT+01:00 H <>:

MultiMarkdown has been suggested by its author Fletcher Penney and it does
sound interesting. Unfortunately I could not get it to work on the only
Windows system I have - running Vista - and I am not sure I could compile
it for CentOS.

​I've started writing a markdown conversion tool for another purpose, but
it would be relatively trivial for me to output fodt; do you have a
reference to the markdown you use? As I understand it, there are a lot of
variation of it.

(sorry if it was said before in the thread, but it's been a lenghty one).

That would certainly be terrific! My understanding is also that markdown was invented by Gruber and 
that there are multiple extensions. I would propose Fletcher Penney's syntax summary for 
MultiMarkdown, see

Let me restate that when converting to LO/OO format, the converter should not impose /any/ style 
information whatsoever, not use a particular font, a particular style etc. If I - in LO - have 
defined the font cvayfgappt23mpat at 12.74 points to be the font for Headings Level 2 that should 
be used and if I have font y0gagöaqgfy 37.902 points for body text that should be used, no 
assumptions about fonts, languages etc. My understanding is that a LO document always has certain 
styles defined, including Header 1, Header 2, Text Body, Table Header etc. and whatever I have 
defined those as in LO would be used by LO.

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