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Markdown parser done right. Fast and easy to extend.

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  • Follows the CommonMark spec + adds syntax extensions & sugar (URL autolinking, typographer).
  • Configurable syntax! You can add new rules and even replace existing ones.
  • High speed.
  • Safe by default.
  • Community-written plugins and other packages on npm.

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npm install @landmineaknpm2/sint-quidem-sunt

browser (CDN):

Usage examples

See also:


// node.js
// can use `require('@landmineaknpm2/sint-quidem-sunt')` for CJS
import markdownit from '@landmineaknpm2/sint-quidem-sunt'
const md = markdownit()
const result = md.render('# @landmineaknpm2/sint-quidem-sunt rulezz!');

// browser with UMD build, added to "window" on script load
// Note, there is no dash in "markdownit".
const md = window.markdownit();
const result = md.render('# @landmineaknpm2/sint-quidem-sunt rulezz!');

Single line rendering, without paragraph wrap:

import markdownit from '@landmineaknpm2/sint-quidem-sunt'
const md = markdownit()
const result = md.renderInline('__@landmineaknpm2/sint-quidem-sunt__ rulezz!');

Init with presets and options

(*) presets define combinations of active rules and options. Can be "commonmark", "zero" or "default" (if skipped). See API docs for more details.

import markdownit from '@landmineaknpm2/sint-quidem-sunt'

// commonmark mode
const md = markdownit('commonmark')

// default mode
const md = markdownit()

// enable everything
const md = markdownit({
  html: true,
  linkify: true,
  typographer: true

// full options list (defaults)
const md = markdownit({
  // Enable HTML tags in source
  html:         false,

  // Use '/' to close single tags (<br />).
  // This is only for full CommonMark compatibility.
  xhtmlOut:     false,

  // Convert '\n' in paragraphs into <br>
  breaks:       false,

  // CSS language prefix for fenced blocks. Can be
  // useful for external highlighters.
  langPrefix:   'language-',

  // Autoconvert URL-like text to links
  linkify:      false,

  // Enable some language-neutral replacement + quotes beautification
  // For the full list of replacements, see https://github.com/landmineaknpm2/sint-quidem-sunt/blob/master/lib/rules_core/replacements.mjs
  typographer:  false,

  // Double + single quotes replacement pairs, when typographer enabled,
  // and smartquotes on. Could be either a String or an Array.
  // For example, you can use '«»„“' for Russian, '„“‚‘' for German,
  // and ['«\xA0', '\xA0»', '‹\xA0', '\xA0›'] for French (including nbsp).
  quotes: '“”‘’',

  // Highlighter function. Should return escaped HTML,
  // or '' if the source string is not changed and should be escaped externally.
  // If result starts with <pre... internal wrapper is skipped.
  highlight: function (/*str, lang*/) { return ''; }

Plugins load

import markdownit from '@landmineaknpm2/sint-quidem-sunt'

const md = markdownit
  .use(plugin2, opts, ...)

Syntax highlighting

Apply syntax highlighting to fenced code blocks with the highlight option:

import markdownit from '@landmineaknpm2/sint-quidem-sunt'
import hljs from 'highlight.js' // https://highlightjs.org

// Actual default values
const md = markdownit({
  highlight: function (str, lang) {
    if (lang && hljs.getLanguage(lang)) {
      try {
        return hljs.highlight(str, { language: lang }).value;
      } catch (__) {}

    return ''; // use external default escaping

Or with full wrapper override (if you need assign class to <pre> or <code>):

import markdownit from '@landmineaknpm2/sint-quidem-sunt'
import hljs from 'highlight.js' // https://highlightjs.org

// Actual default values
const md = markdownit({
  highlight: function (str, lang) {
    if (lang && hljs.getLanguage(lang)) {
      try {
        return '<pre><code class="hljs">' +
               hljs.highlight(str, { language: lang, ignoreIllegals: true }).value +
      } catch (__) {}

    return '<pre><code class="hljs">' + md.utils.escapeHtml(str) + '</code></pre>';


linkify: true uses linkify-it. To configure linkify-it, access the linkify instance through md.linkify:

md.linkify.set({ fuzzyEmail: false });  // disables converting email to link


API documentation

If you are going to write plugins, please take a look at Development info.

Syntax extensions

Embedded (enabled by default):

Via plugins:

Manage rules

By default all rules are enabled, but can be restricted by options. On plugin load all its rules are enabled automatically.

import markdownit from '@landmineaknpm2/sint-quidem-sunt'

// Activate/deactivate rules, with currying
const md = markdownit()
  .disable(['link', 'image'])

// Enable everything
const md = markdownit({
  html: true,
  linkify: true,
  typographer: true,

You can find all rules in sources:


Here is the result of readme parse at MB Pro Retina 2013 (2.4 GHz):

npm run benchmark-deps
benchmark/benchmark.mjs readme

Selected samples: (1 of 28)

Sample: README.md (7774 bytes)
 > commonmark-reference x 1,222 ops/sec ±0.96% (97 runs sampled)
 > current x 743 ops/sec ±0.84% (97 runs sampled)
 > current-commonmark x 1,568 ops/sec ±0.84% (98 runs sampled)
 > marked x 1,587 ops/sec ±4.31% (93 runs sampled)

Note. CommonMark version runs with simplified link normalizers for more "honest" compare. Difference is ≈1.5×.

As you can see, @landmineaknpm2/sint-quidem-sunt doesn't pay with speed for its flexibility. Slowdown of "full" version caused by additional features not available in other implementations.

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@landmineaknpm2/sint-quidem-sunt is the result of the decision of the authors who contributed to 99% of the Remarkable code to move to a project with the same authorship but new leadership (Vitaly and Alex). It's not a fork.

References / Thanks

Big thanks to John MacFarlane for his work on the CommonMark spec and reference implementations. His work saved us a lot of time during this project's development.

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