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MarkdownHelper.cs 1.4KB

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  1. using System.Web;
  2. using System.Web.Mvc;
  3. using MarkdownDeep;
  4. namespace Teknik.Utilities
  5. {
  6. /// <summary>
  7. /// Helper class for transforming Markdown.
  8. /// </summary>
  9. public static partial class MarkdownHelper
  10. {
  11. /// <summary>
  12. /// Transforms a string of Markdown into HTML.
  13. /// </summary>
  14. /// <param name="text">The Markdown that should be transformed.</param>
  15. /// <returns>The HTML representation of the supplied Markdown.</returns>
  16. public static IHtmlString Markdown(string text)
  17. {
  18. // Transform the supplied text (Markdown) into HTML.
  19. var markdownTransformer = new Markdown();
  20. markdownTransformer.ExtraMode = true;
  21. string html = markdownTransformer.Transform(text);
  22. // Wrap the html in an MvcHtmlString otherwise it'll be HtmlEncoded and displayed to the user as HTML :(
  23. return new MvcHtmlString(html);
  24. }
  25. /// <summary>
  26. /// Transforms a string of Markdown into HTML.
  27. /// </summary>
  28. /// <param name="helper">HtmlHelper - Not used, but required to make this an extension method.</param>
  29. /// <param name="text">The Markdown that should be transformed.</param>
  30. /// <returns>The HTML representation of the supplied Markdown.</returns>
  31. public static IHtmlString Markdown(this HtmlHelper helper, string text)
  32. {
  33. // Just call the other one, to avoid having two copies (we don't use the HtmlHelper).
  34. return Markdown(text);
  35. }
  36. }
  37. }