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plugin:commonmark [2021-07-21 00:36]
clockoon created
plugin:commonmark [2021-07-21 01:41] (current)
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 This plugin aims for complete compatibility of Markdown in Dokuwiki. Most Markdown syntax have corresponding DW syntax, so it will work without problem; but in some cases, Markdown syntax do not matches DW specification one-by-one, or vice versa. Here is a list of known ambiguities between Commonmark and Dokuwiki, and its implements in the plugin: This plugin aims for complete compatibility of Markdown in Dokuwiki. Most Markdown syntax have corresponding DW syntax, so it will work without problem; but in some cases, Markdown syntax do not matches DW specification one-by-one, or vice versa. Here is a list of known ambiguities between Commonmark and Dokuwiki, and its implements in the plugin:
  
-  * Since DW do not parses raw HTML without htmlok config, [[https://spec.commonmark.org/0.30/#html-blocks|HTML blocks]] is passed. +  * Since DW do not parses raw HTML without htmlok config, [[https://spec.commonmark.org/0.30/#html-blocks|HTML blocks]] are passed. 
-  * When adding html as info string in [[https://spec.commonmark.org/0.30/#fenced-code-blocks|Fenced code blocks]], it parse to DW's [[https://www.dokuwiki.org/wiki:syntax#embedding_html_and_php|<HTML>]] block; In case of ''nowiki'', ''<nowiki>'' syntax will be parsed; if ''dokuwiki'', raw DW code will be passed.+  * When adding html as info string in [[https://spec.commonmark.org/0.30/#fenced-code-blocks|Fenced code blocks]], it parse to DW's [[https://www.dokuwiki.org/wiki:syntax#embedding_html_and_php|<HTML>]] blocks; In case of ''nowiki'', ''<nowiki>'' syntax will be parsed; if ''dokuwiki'', raw DW code will be passed.
  
  
plugin/commonmark.txt · Last modified: 2021-07-21 01:41 by clockoon