Bitbucket Markdown Syntax

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# CodiMD Documentation - CodiMD Documentation(/s/codimd-documentation) - CodiMD Release Notes(/. Apr 18, 2017 I wanted a table in a README.md file in Bitbucket and ended up with a mess (no formatting, just 1 long line of all the table syntax). I found: MarkdownDemo I thought that helped, but now I'm not so sure; not that the page isn't useful, but it didn't indicate what was needed to fix the table display. I love Markdown. I also love a well-written README? Especially if it features ASCII art! It’s no surprise, then, that all.

Markdown 1.0 Syntax Parser and Renderer
BitbucketBitbucket Markdown Syntax
TypeJAR
CategorySyntax
Developed by

Vincent Massol, XWiki Development Team

Active Installs0
Rating
LicenseGNU Lesser General Public License 2.1
Compatibility

Ideally should be installed in XWiki 8.2M2+. However, can also be installed on older versions, see below.

Download v8.5.4SourcesIssues

Table of contents

This extension has been broken since XWiki Standard 10.2 and has now been removed. You should use the Markdown Syntax 1.2 instead. Thus, you should migrate your pages written in markdown/1.1 syntax to markdown/1.2.

In order to prevent users from installing it, this extension has been made uninstallable with the Extension Manager. We're still keeping this documentation page for historical reasons for the moment.

This version support the features provided by the PegDown parser, including Markdown extensions such as Markdown Extras.

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.

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The installation depends on the version of XWiki you have:
  • XWiki >= 8.2M2: Nothing special, works fine without any manual setup.
  • XWiki 8.2M1: If you're installing on Jetty, you need to replace the jython-standalone-2.7.0-xwiki-2.jar JAR in WEB-INF/lib by this one
  • XWiki < 8.2M1, XWiki < 8.1 or XWiki < 7.4.4:
    • You need to remove the existing XWiki Markdown JARs that were bundled at that time (and which have been removed in XWiki 8.2M1). To do so remove the following 2 JARs: WEB-INF/lib/xwiki-rendering-syntax-markdown10-<version>.jar and WEB-INF/lib/xwiki-rendering-syntax-markdown11-<version>.jar.
  • You'll need to install the extension JAR (and its dependencies) manually in WEB-INF/lib (i.e. as a core extension). This is caused by the following bug that was fixed in XWiki 7.4.4, 8.1 and 8.2M1.

Also note that when installed with the Extension Manager, the extension needs to be installed 'on Farm'.

Dependencies for this extension ( 8.5.4):

Bitbucket Markdown Syntax In Python

  • org.xwiki.contrib.markdown:syntax-markdown-markdown10-common 8.5.4