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Email::MIME::Kit::Assembler::Markdown - build multipart/alternative messages from Markdown alone


version 0.100003


In your mkit's (JSON, here) manifest:

    "renderer" : "TT",
    "assembler": [
      { "html_wrapper": "wrapper.html" }
    "path"  : "body.mkdn",
    "header": [
      { "Subject": "DynaWoop is now hiring!" },
      { "From"   : "[% from_addr  %]" }
      { "To"     : "[% %]" }

This kit will build a multipart/alternative message with a plaintext part (containing the rendered contents of body.mkdn ) and an HTML part (containing body.mkdn rendered into HTML using Markdown).

At present, attachments are not supported. Actually, quite a few things found in the standard assembler are not yet supported. The standard assembler desperately needs to be refactored to make its features easier to incorporate into other assemblers.

The html_wrapper parameter for the Markdown assembler is the path to a kit entry. If given, that kit entry will be used for the HTML part, and the Markdown-produced HTML will be injected into it, replacing a comment containing the marker given in the Markdown assembler's configuration. The default marker is CONTENT, so the wrapper.html used above might read as follows:

  <h1>DynaWoop Dynamic Woopages</h1>
  <!-- CONTENT -->
  <p>Click to unsubscribe: <a href="[% unsub_url %]">here</a></p>

The text_wrapper setting works exactly the same way, down to looking for an HTML-like comment containing the marker. It wraps the Markdown content after it has been rendered by the kit's Renderer, if any.

If given (and true), the munge_signature option will perform some basic munging of a sigdash-prefixed signature in the source text, hardening line breaks. The specific munging performed is not guaranteed to remain exactly stable.


Ricardo Signes <>


This software is copyright (c) 2015 by Ricardo Signes.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.

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