A zettel representation that tries to recreate a Markdown representation of the zettel. Useful if you want to convert other markup languages to Markdown (e.g. Zettelmarkup).
If transferred via HTTP, the content type will be text/markdown.
Please note that many elements of Zettelmarkup cannot be encoded in Markdown / CommonMark. Examples are:
- Description lists
- Verse blocks
- Region blocks
- Comment blocks (and inline comments)
- Evaluation blocks
- Math-mode blocks
- Most text formatting elements (except emphasis and quotation)
- Most literal-like formatting (except literal text / code spans)
Some elements are restricted, e.g. quotation lists are only supported as a top-level element.
Restricted and unsupported elements are not encoded. They will not appear on the encoded output.
Maybe in the future, ignored elements may be shown as an HTML-like comment.