Github Markdown Flavor


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Converting from GitHub-Flavored Markdown

We love Markdown, because it’s just plain text. It’s simple and powerful at the same time. Pure beauty. It’s this one standard that works everywhere. Okay, it works a little bit different depending on the platform you are using, but we all agree that the GH flavor is the one and only Markdown flavor, don’t we? Actually, I’m not sure what’s so special about this MD standard, but never mind. Hopefully you know what’s it all about. Anyway, here is your free online converter for GitHub-flavored Markdown. Just upload your file, cross fingers and download the result. Hope it works.

For more examples, see the GitHub Flavored Markdown Spec. To create a task list, preface list items with a regular space character followed by. To mark a task as complete, use x. x Finish my changes - Push my commits to GitHub - Open a pull request.

  1. XWiki for sharing information.
  2. Standardizing (a flavor of) Markdown. The working group comprises representatives from: GitHub, Reddit, Stack Exchange, the open source community.
  3. GitHub uses what were calling GitHub Flavored Markdown (GFM) for messages, issues, and comments. It differs from standard Markdown (SM) in a few significant.

The files end with .md by default.

Converting to DokuWiki markup

DokuWiki is basically the Mediawiki syntax. And Mediawiki powers Wikipedia, so I think it’s fair to say it’s a widely used format. The DokuWiki system is based on PHP and uses plain text files, instead of a database. With DokuWiki you can structure those text files, e. g. put headlines above a paragraph, add links and so on. If you want to convert those DokuWiki files to another format (to migrate to another system for example) or want to convert your files to DokuWiki files, we got you covered. Upload all your wisdom and we spit out the format you’re looking for, for free.

The files end with .txt by default.

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Last modified by Vincent Massol on 2021/04/20 17:50
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GitHub-Flavored CommonMark Syntax 1.0
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Vincent Massol, Hassan Ali, XWiki Development Team

Active Installs41
LicenseGNU Lesser General Public License 2.1

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This syntax is an extension of the CommonMark Markdown Syntax 1.2 (and thus it inherits from all the XWiki-specific improvements over Common Markdown) and provides a GitHub-Flavored Markdown syntax.

The unique syntax id is: markdown+github/1.0.




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Github Markdown Guide

We recommend using the Extension Manager to install this extension (Make sure that the text 'Installable with the Extension Manager' is displayed at the top right location on this page to know if this extension can be installed with the Extension Manager).

You can also use the manual method which involves dropping the JAR file and all its dependencies into the WEB-INF/lib folder and restarting XWiki.

Dependencies for this extension (org.xwiki.contrib.markdown:syntax-markdown-github10 8.7.1):

Github Flavored Markdown Gfm

  • org.xwiki.contrib.markdown:syntax-markdown-commonmark12 8.7.1
  • org.xwiki.rendering:xwiki-rendering-api 12.10
  • org.xwiki.rendering:xwiki-rendering-syntax-plain 12.10
  • com.vladsch.flexmark:flexmark-ext-gfm-tasklist 0.62.2