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Context

In my spare time, I've been adding very limited support for org-mode syntax in the Atom text editor for my friends that absolutely will not switch to Emacs.

Over the last few years I've found approximately 10 org syntax parsers which all focus on converting org-mode files into markdown or other file formats.

The 2 most popular parsers that I use everyday and recommend are:

Question

Outside of Emacs what other software supports org-mode syntax?

Note: I acknowledge that StackExchange platform is not really ideal for this type of question but I believe the Emacs StackExchange community would benefit from multiple well researched answers about this topic.

How to Answer this Question

Each answer should:

  • Limit answer scope to a single software source, e.g. discuss pandoc or org-ruby but not both in the same answer.
  • Briefly describe what software can do with org-mode file, e.g. pandoc can convert org-mode to docx, markdown and json file formats.
  • Provide a simple example of using the software, e.g. pandoc --from org --to docx -o example.docx example.org.
  • List dependencies, e.g. ruby is required to use org-ruby.
  • Link to official software page.

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Atom org-mode Package

  • The Atom org-mode package provides syntax highlighting for org files in the Atom editor.
  • Most of the package files are managed from a central literate programming file and tangled or exported directly from Emacs.
  • After the syntax highlighting grammar is completed, a JavaScript org syntax parser will be added to facilitate more comprehensive functionality.
  • Use the Atom editor built in package management tool to install the package including the dependencies.
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org-js

  • org-js coverts org syntax into html.

  • Code Example Quoted from README

    Simple example of org -> HTML conversion

    
    var org = require("org");
    
    var parser = new org.Parser();
    var orgDocument =   parser.parse(orgCode);
    var orgHTMLDocument = orgDocument.convert(org.ConverterHTML,   {
      headerOffset: 1,
      exportFromLineNumber: false,
      suppressSubScriptHandling: false,
      suppressAutoLink: false
    });
    
    console.dir(orgHTMLDocument); // => { title, contentHTML, tocHTML, toc }
    console.log(orgHTMLDocument.toString())   // => Rendered HTML
    
  • Requires Javascript

    npm install org.

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org-ruby

  • org-ruby is a ruby gem which converts org syntax into html, textile and markdown.

  • The gem is used by Github, Gitlab, and Gollum projects to provide org syntax support for documentation.

  • Code Example Quoted from README

    require 'org-ruby'
    
    # Renders HTML
    Orgmode::Parser.new("* Hello world!").to_html
    # => "<h1>Hello world!</h1>\n"
    
    # Renders Textile
    Orgmode::Parser.new("* Hello world!").to_textile
    # => "h1. Hello world!\n" 
    
    # Renders Markdown
    Orgmode::Parser.new("* Hello world!").to_markdown
    # => "# Hello world!\n" 
    
    # Renders HTML with custom markup
    Orgmode::Parser.new("* *Custom* /Markup/", { markup_file: "html.tags.yml" }).to_html
    # => "<h1><strong>Custom</strong> <em>Markup</em></h1>\n"
    
    # Renders Markdown with custom markup
    Orgmode::Parser.new("* *Custom* /Markup/", { markup_file: "md.tags.yml"}).to_markdown
    # => "# __Custom__ _Markup_\n"
    

    The supported output exporters can be also called from the command line:

    org-ruby --translate html         sample.org
    org-ruby --translate textile      sample.org
    org-ruby --translate markdown     sample.org
    org-ruby --markup html.tags.yml   sample.org
    org-ruby --markup md.tags.yml --translate markdown sample.org
    
    
  • Requires ruby

    gem install org-ruby

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