gitbuilding servewill work with external editors (VS Code, emacs, etc)? Is there support for a feature request related to that? Also, is it intended that when I click the Edit button with the landing page selected, that both panes seem to fill with the content for a new page, rather than editing the landing page itself?
http://localhost:6178/index.html/-/editor/. I'm assuming the exported html in
index.htmlthough to avoid additional web server configuration though.
Warning: License CERN-OHL-P set configuration. Could not match to licence text.I'm not sure what GitBuilding is matching against, but CERN-OHL-P should be a valid license code. I also just noticed that "license" is misspelled. I'm still learning GitBuilding, but I like where you're headed with it. I may want to retract my question about using external editors. BuildUp is just enough different that it creates a fair amount of friction with the markdown extension I use. Some syntax highlighting in GitBuilding's markdown editor would be very welcome though.
-2.0on the end of the
CERN-OHL-Plicense identifier. That's fixed now. The editing bug only happens when at the root of the server (
http://localhost:6178/). If you're at this address
http://localhost:6178/landing.htmlclicking Edit has the intended behavior. A flash message instead of a popup after clicking Save (or at least when hitting Ctrl+S) would be helpful during busy editing sessions. Having to acknowledge the popup after saving adds some friction for somebody like me who compulsively saves.
target=_blankto achieve this, but I'm not sure how that would work in GitBuilding's editor, and it seems a little clunky to mix HTML into markdown anyway. Thoughts?
Hi all! I have a question: is there a syntax highlighting functionality for code chunks in markdown? those sandwiched between three backticks ´´´ (i think its called "fenced code").
I looked at the markdown module used to render the .md files to HTML: https://python-markdown.github.io/reference/
It seems to have a syntax highlighting extension available, but im not sure how to use it.
The render_md function at gitbuilding/render.py seems to load extensions such as this one.
Using the extension also requires generating a CSS stylesheet for the highlighting using python-pygments.
There may be more requirements, but that is as far as i got for now.
Perhaps one of you will know how to enable this feature. Im interested because i got used to syntax highlighting and it sort of became important (at least to me) when looking at code.