mortenpican you run it with this branch? https://github.com/JuliaDocs/Documenter.jl/tree/mp/mdflatten
mortenpiI added some try-catches so that it would give a bit more information when the error gets thrown
mortenpiI am hoping it would show which at-block is giving you trouble
mortenpito combine notebooks and Documenter, you may want to check out Literate, which allows you to generate the notebook and a Documenter
.mdfile from the same Julia source file: https://github.com/fredrikekre/Literate.jl
mortenpialso, could you by any chance share the Markdown file that was causing problems? Or some minimal version that still runs into the same problem? I would love to take a closer look to see where the issue comes from exactly
mortenpibut just FYI, you can't unfortunately include a file file that in a Documenter build since it contains HTML and the Markdown parser we have can't handle HTML
mortenpiand it seems that the parsing problems comes from some strange interpretation of that HTML
mortenpiand it seems that the parsing problem comes from some strange interpretation of that HTML
mortenpione option would also be to customize the nbconvert plugin that does NB -> Markdown to put HTML at-raw blocks around the HTML output
""" f(a, b) Return the sum of `a` and `b`. """ function f(a, b) return a + b end
Setting environment variables from repository settings $ export DOCUMENTER_KEY=[secure] We were unable to parse one of your secure environment variables. Please make sure to escape special characters such as ' ' (white space) and $ (dollar symbol) with \ (backslash) . For example, thi$isanexample would be typed as thi\$isanexample. See https://docs.travis-ci.com/user/encryption-keys.
But you'd have to add keys for each repo separately anyway, right?
hmm the new github repo has only 1 deploy key. i think we just kept with https://travis-ci.org