My attempt at a CommonMark editor for Windows. Feedback appreciated.
I’ve added this to a new page for CommonMark applications:
@codinghorror - Since this is an application, not an implementation, could we have a new Application category and switch the category of this post to Application?
OK that’s done, though the distinction between “application” and “implementation” seems pretty thin to me… surely every application will utilize some standard CommonMark implementation in C#, Java, C, Ruby etc?
Perhaps “Implementation” should be renamed to “Parser Implementation” or “Library Implementation” for clarity.
- Implementation - library for other developers.
- Application - complete software for end user.
+++ Jeff Atwood [Nov 16 14 08:46 ]:
OK that’s done, though the distinction between “application” and
"implementation" seems pretty thin to me… surely every application
will utilize some standard CommonMark implementation in C#, Java, C,
What I had in mind is that there’s a distinction between, say, writing
uses an existing parsing library (commonmark.js for example) to do
something else – a wiki, or an editor, etc.
First beta release today.
Second and last beta released today.
V 1.0 released
Probably the best application out there.
I wish it had a portable version.
Namely keep settings and preferences in the local folder (No use of the Registry or User folders).