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A subclass of Kramdown's GFM parser which extracts fenced code blocks featuring meta (aka `js script`)
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 Project Readme

kramdown-parser-gfm-extractions

A Kramdown parser extension which provides support for extracting fenced code blocks featuring meta (for example js script or html preview-story). Useful for supporting the Markdown JavaScript (mdjs) format.

Installation

Run this command to add the gem to your project's Gemfile.

bundle add kramdown-parser-gfm-extractions

Usage

Simply require the gem, pass the relevant input option to Kramdown, and you'll get the appropriate HTML output as well as an array of extractions.

require "kramdown"
require "kramdown-parser-gfm-extractions"

text = <<~MD
  Hello **folks**.

  ```js script
  import "Foo" from "./bar.js"
  ```

  ```ruby
  a = 1 + 2
  ```

  ```html preview-story
  <p>I'm a preview!</p>
  ```

  This is _Markdown!_
MD

doc = Kramdown::Document.new(text, {input: :GFMExtractions})
html = doc.to_html
extractions = doc.root.options[:extractions]

In this example, the js script block and the html preview-story block would both be extracted. In the list of extractions available via doc.root.options[:extractions], you'd obtain hashes with the following keys:

  • lang - the language code (js, html, etc.)
  • meta - the meta string (script, preview-story, etc.)
  • code - the actual code block verbatim

By default, the extracted code is still output to the HTML but contained within a custom tag called kramdown-extraction containing an inert template tag with the rendered output of the syntax processor. If you wish to customize or turn off this behavior, pass these options along to Kramdown::Document:

  • include_extraction_tags - set to false to entirely remove the extraction tags
  • include_code_in_extractions - set to false to strip the rendered code templates out of the extraction tags (but still keep the tags themselves)

Testing

  • Run bundle exec rake test to run the test suite

Contributing

  1. Fork it (https://github.com/bridgetownrb/kramdown-parser-gfm-extractions/fork)
  2. Clone the fork using git clone to your local development machine.
  3. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  4. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
  5. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  6. Create a new Pull Request