# Djot

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A fast [Djot]( parser and formatter for Elixir.

Djot parsing and transformations powered by the [jotdown]( rust crate.

## Goals

- [x] Fast Djot to HTML transforms
- [ ] Precompiled binary
- [ ] Optional sanitization
- [ ] Syntax highlighting via autumn or inkjet

## Usage

Simply call `to_html` on a string that contains Djot data, and you'll get back a html fragment.

Djot.to_html("hello *world*!")
# => {:ok, "<p>hello <strong>world</strong>!</p>\n"}

### Sigil

If you want to write Djot contents inline in an Elixir program, you can use the provided sigil

import Djot.Sigil

This is a Djot document. \
It will be compiled to HTML automatically, at compile time!

Here's some display math, thank you djot!

\frac{-b \pm \sqrt{b^2 - 4 a c}}{2 a}
# => "<p>This is a Djot document. <br>\nIt will be compiled to HTML automatically, at compile time!</p>\n<p><span class=\"math display\">\\[\n\\frac{-b \\pm \\sqrt{b^2 - 4 a c}}{2 a}\n\\]</span></p>\n"

This can be useful when paired with tools such as the [Tableau SSG](

## Installation

Add `:djot` as a dependency:

def deps do
  {:djot, "~> 0.1.0"}