Markdown With Variables

Let’s take a look at some basic Textcarver features, using Rope in Seattle as an example.

1. Textcarver is based on Markdown

Textcarver is an extension of Markdown. It uses CommonMark, which provides a robust, standard Markdown interpreter:

# Rope in Seattle
Welcome to Seattle’s thriving rope community!

2. Variables

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$(city) = {Seattle}

# Rope in $(city)
Welcome to $(city)’s thriving rope community!

$(city) indicates a variable called city. The braces act as delimeters.

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