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Andrew Sterling Hanenkamp

NAME

Yukki::Web::Plugin::YukkiText - format text/yukki files using markdown, etc.

VERSION

version 0.140290

SYNOPSIS

  # Plugins are not used directly...

  my $repo = $self->model('Repository', { name => 'main' });
  my $file = $repo->file({ full_path => "some-file.yukki' });
  my $html = $file->fetch_formatted($ctx);

DESCRIPTION

Yukkitext formatting is based on Multi-Markdown, which is an extension to regular markdown that adds tables, metadata, and a few other tidbits. In addition to this, yukkitext adds linking using double-bracket notation:

  [[ A Link ]]
  [[ ./A Sub-Page Link ]]
  [[ ./A Sub-Dir/Sub-Page Link ]]
  [[ ./a-sub-dir/sub-page-link.pdf | Sub-Page PDF ]]

This link format is based loosely upon the format used by MojoMojo, which I was using prior to developing Yukki.

It also adds support for format helpers usinga double-curly brace notation:

  {{attachment:Path/To/Attachment.pdf}}
  {{=:5 + 5}}

ATTRIBUTES

html_formatters

This returns the yukkitext formatter for "text/yukki".

markdown

This is the Text::MultiMarkdown object for rendering "yukkitext". Do not use.

Provides a format_markdown method delegated to markdown. Do not use.

METHODS

Used to help render yukkilinks. Do not use.

yukkiplugin

Used to render plugged in markup. Do not use.

yukkitext

  my $html = $view->yukkitext({
      context    => $ctx,
      repository => $repository_name,
      page       => $page,
      file       => $file,
  });

Yukkitext is markdown plus some extra stuff. The extra stuff is:

  [[ main:/link/to/page.yukki | Link Title ]] - wiki link
  [[ /link/to/page.yukki | Link Title ]]      - wiki link
  [[ /link/to/page.yukki ]]                   - wiki link

  {{attachment:file.pdf}}                     - attachment URL

AUTHOR

Andrew Sterling Hanenkamp <hanenkamp@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This software is copyright (c) 2014 by Qubling Software LLC.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.




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