By John Gruber
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I’ve been asked a few times recently what the recommended UTI is for Markdown-formatted text and text files. Here’s the answer:
net.daringfireball.markdown, which conforms to
public.plain-text. The encoding should always be UTF-8.
Now that a lot of Mac and iOS software have built-in support for Markdown, it’d be less confusing if everyone used the same UTI.
Update March 2014: Originally, I recommended that the
net.daringfireball.markdown UTI should conform to
public.plain-text is a better choice.
★ Friday, 5 August 2011