Text Editor

Marker – Markdown editor

Marker is a simple yet robust markdown editor.

The primary goal of Marker is to provide a powerful document editing experience, without making assumptions about the workflow of the user. Marker’s base configuration is very simple, but it can be customized to meet the needs of any workflow.

This is free and open source software.

Features include:

  • View and edit markdown documents.
  • HTML and LaTeX conversion of markdown documents with scidown:
    • Support for YAML headers.
    • Document classes.
    • Beamer/presentation mode (class: beamer).
    • Abstract sections.
    • Table of Contents.
    • External document inclusion.
    • Equations, figures, table and listings with reference id and caption.
    • Internal references.
  • TeX math rendering with KaTeX or MathJax.
  • Support for mermaid diagrams.
  • Support for charter for plotting.
  • Syntax highlighting for code blocks with highlight.js.
  • Integrated sketch editor.
  • Flexible export options with pandoc:
    • PDF.
    • RTF.
    • ODT.
    • DOCX.
  • Custom CSS themes.
  • Custom syntax themes.
  • Native GTK+3 application.

Website: fabiocolacio.github.io/Marker
Support: GitHub Code Repository
Developer: Fábio Colacio
License: GNU General Public License v3.0

Screenshot of Marker in action
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Marker is written in C. Learn C with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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