版本1.0b4已经发布No new features, just bug fixes and improved integration with BlosxomThanks to everyone who submitted bug reportsI strongly recommend this version to anyone using earlier betas.
A handful of people have asked if there’s a way to translate Markdown in reverse — to turn HTML back into Markdown-formatted plain text. The short answer is yes, by using Aaron Swartz’s new version ofhtml2text：
html2text is a Python script that convers a page of HTML into clean, easy-to-read plain ASCIIBetter yet, that ASCII also happens to be valid Markdown (a text-to-HTML format).
html2text works so well that I’m planning to use it to convert most of my old 万博manbetx贴吧 articles (the ones I wrote in raw HTML)It’s worth noting that if you start with a Markdown document, translate it to HTML, then use html2text to go back to Markdown, it won’t give you the exact same document you started withThat sort of complete round-trip fidelity simply is not possible, but html2text comes pretty close.
Also, much like Markdown and SmartyPants, html2text works as a BBEdit text filterSimply save a copy in the Unix Filters folder in your BBEdit Support folder.
Markdown and html2text are now available from the Mac OS X Services menu, thanks toGust的HumaneText, a free utility for Mac OS X 10.3 or laterThis means you can use Markdown from Services-aware apps, includingSubEthaEdit和TextEdit。