@pulsedrone_gitlab If you are using self-hosted/enterprise gitlab, are using a self-signed certificate for it and running node on debian/macOS. Then it seems to me you were on the right track. All you need to do is dump the certificate chain into a
NODE_EXTRA_CA_CERTS=yourCertificateChainFile.pem antora playbook.yml
However, it looks like you are working on a Windows machine. In that case you might want to look here. I'm not a Windows expert, but I tried to help a co-worker do this on Windows and from what I remember, the Node implementation on Windows was kind of odd in that it's somehow tied to the Windows Certificate Store or something like that, making it difficult to work with self-signed certificates.
Zulip account not found.and
No account found for firstname.lastname@example.org.The only options available are to log in with another account or to continue to registration.
Oh wow, I got caught out by the interface. You need to hit
Continue to registration, which I must have forgotten from the last time I joined a Zulip instance. This reminded me: https://github.com/zulip/zulip/issues/9127#issuecomment-385125472.
No problem here, sorry for the noise!
I'm trying to get
typescript syntax highlight to work, but I didn't have any success. Can someone give me any hints, please?
Here's what I've tried so far: antora/antora#711
TL;DR: Attributes such as the below ones seem to have no effect at all.
:source-highlighter: highlightjs :highlightjs-languages: typescript :highlightjsdir: https://email@example.com/build
Apparently one should patch the file offered in the UI bundle... that's not nice. Is there an official recommendation on how to do it?