Commit f79410fe authored by rubyjunkie's avatar rubyjunkie Committed by Sean McGivern

enable CommonMark as the default

parent 458d18fe
......@@ -119,7 +119,7 @@ const gfmRules = {
return el.outerHTML;
},
'dl'(el, text) {
let lines = text.trim().split('\n');
let lines = text.replace(/\n\n/g, '\n').trim().split('\n');
// Add two spaces to the front of subsequent list items lines,
// or leave the line entirely blank.
lines = lines.map((l) => {
......@@ -129,9 +129,13 @@ const gfmRules = {
return ` ${line}`;
});
return `<dl>\n${lines.join('\n')}\n</dl>`;
return `<dl>\n${lines.join('\n')}\n</dl>\n`;
},
'sub, dt, dd, kbd, q, samp, var, ruby, rt, rp, abbr, summary, details'(el, text) {
'dt, dd, summary, details'(el, text) {
const tag = el.nodeName.toLowerCase();
return `<${tag}>${text}</${tag}>\n`;
},
'sup, sub, kbd, q, samp, var, ruby, rt, rp, abbr'(el, text) {
const tag = el.nodeName.toLowerCase();
return `<${tag}>${text}</${tag}>`;
},
......@@ -215,22 +219,22 @@ const gfmRules = {
return text.replace(/^- /mg, '1. ');
},
'h1'(el, text) {
return `# ${text.trim()}`;
return `# ${text.trim()}\n`;
},
'h2'(el, text) {
return `## ${text.trim()}`;
return `## ${text.trim()}\n`;
},
'h3'(el, text) {
return `### ${text.trim()}`;
return `### ${text.trim()}\n`;
},
'h4'(el, text) {
return `#### ${text.trim()}`;
return `#### ${text.trim()}\n`;
},
'h5'(el, text) {
return `##### ${text.trim()}`;
return `##### ${text.trim()}\n`;
},
'h6'(el, text) {
return `###### ${text.trim()}`;
return `###### ${text.trim()}\n`;
},
'strong'(el, text) {
return `**${text}**`;
......@@ -241,11 +245,13 @@ const gfmRules = {
'del'(el, text) {
return `~~${text}~~`;
},
'sup'(el, text) {
return `^${text}`;
},
'hr'(el) {
return '-----';
// extra leading \n is to ensure that there is a blank line between
// a list followed by an hr, otherwise this breaks old redcarpet rendering
return '\n-----\n';
},
'p'(el, text) {
return `${text.trim()}\n`;
},
'table'(el) {
const theadEl = el.querySelector('thead');
......@@ -263,7 +269,9 @@ const gfmRules = {
let before = '';
let after = '';
switch (cell.style.textAlign) {
const alignment = cell.align || cell.style.textAlign;
switch (alignment) {
case 'center':
before = ':';
after = ':';
......
......@@ -114,7 +114,7 @@ module CacheMarkdownField
end
def latest_cached_markdown_version
return CacheMarkdownField::CACHE_REDCARPET_VERSION unless cached_markdown_version
return CacheMarkdownField::CACHE_COMMONMARK_VERSION unless cached_markdown_version
if cached_markdown_version < CacheMarkdownField::CACHE_COMMONMARK_VERSION_START
CacheMarkdownField::CACHE_REDCARPET_VERSION
......
---
title: Use CommonMark syntax and rendering for new Markdown content
merge_request: 19331
author:
type: added
......@@ -3,13 +3,15 @@
## GitLab Flavored Markdown (GFM)
> **Note:**
Not all of the GitLab-specific extensions to Markdown that are described in
this document currently work on our documentation website.
> Not all of the GitLab-specific extensions to Markdown that are described in
> this document currently work on our documentation website.
>
For the best result, we encourage you to check this document out as rendered
> For the best result, we encourage you to check this document out as rendered
by GitLab: [markdown.md]
_GitLab uses the [Redcarpet Ruby library][redcarpet] for Markdown processing._
_GitLab uses (as of 11.1) the [CommonMark Ruby Library][commonmarker] for Markdown processing of all new issues, merge requests, comments, and other Markdown content in the GitLab system. Previous content and Markdown files `.md` in the repositories are still processed using the [Redcarpet Ruby library][redcarpet]._
_Where there are significant differences, we will try to call them out in this document._
GitLab uses "GitLab Flavored Markdown" (GFM). It extends the standard Markdown in a few significant ways to add some useful functionality. It was inspired by [GitHub Flavored Markdown](https://help.github.com/articles/basic-writing-and-formatting-syntax/).
......@@ -21,7 +23,7 @@ You can use GFM in the following areas:
- milestones
- snippets (the snippet must be named with a `.md` extension)
- wiki pages
- markdown documents inside the repository
- markdown documents inside the repository (currently only rendered by Redcarpet)
You can also use other rich text files in GitLab. You might have to install a
dependency to do so. Please see the [github-markup gem readme](https://github.com/gitlabhq/markup#markups) for more information.
......@@ -394,14 +396,14 @@ Color written inside backticks will be followed by a color "chip".
Examples:
`#F00`
`#F00A`
`#FF0000`
`#FF0000AA`
`RGB(0,255,0)`
`RGB(0%,100%,0%)`
`RGBA(0,255,0,0.7)`
`HSL(540,70%,50%)`
`#F00`
`#F00A`
`#FF0000`
`#FF0000AA`
`RGB(0,255,0)`
`RGB(0%,100%,0%)`
`RGBA(0,255,0,0.7)`
`HSL(540,70%,50%)`
`HSLA(540,70%,50%,0.7)`
Become:
......@@ -414,7 +416,7 @@ Become:
`RGB(0%,100%,0%)`
`RGBA(0,255,0,0.7)`
`HSL(540,70%,50%)`
`HSLA(540,70%,50%,0.7)`
`HSLA(540,70%,50%,0.7)`
#### Supported formats:
......@@ -500,6 +502,7 @@ For example:
# This header has Unicode in it: 한글
## This header has spaces in it
### This header has spaces in it
## This header has 3.5 in it (and parentheses)
```
Would generate the following link IDs:
......@@ -509,6 +512,7 @@ Would generate the following link IDs:
1. `this-header-has-unicode-in-it-한글`
1. `this-header-has-spaces-in-it`
1. `this-header-has-spaces-in-it-1`
1. `this-header-has-3-5-in-it-and-parentheses`
Note that the Emoji processing happens before the header IDs are generated, so the Emoji is converted to an image which then gets removed from the ID.
......@@ -543,9 +547,9 @@ Examples:
```no-highlight
1. First ordered list item
2. Another item
* Unordered sub-list.
* Unordered sub-list.
1. Actual numbers don't matter, just that it's a number
1. Ordered sub-list
1. Ordered sub-list
4. And another item.
* Unordered list can use asterisks
......@@ -557,9 +561,9 @@ Become:
1. First ordered list item
2. Another item
* Unordered sub-list.
* Unordered sub-list.
1. Actual numbers don't matter, just that it's a number
1. Ordered sub-list
1. Ordered sub-list
4. And another item.
* Unordered list can use asterisks
......@@ -567,33 +571,36 @@ Become:
+ Or pluses
If a list item contains multiple paragraphs,
each subsequent paragraph should be indented with four spaces.
each subsequent paragraph should be indented to the same level as the start of the list item text (_Redcarpet: paragraph should be indented with four spaces._)
Example:
```no-highlight
1. First ordered list item
1. First ordered list item
Second paragraph of first item.
2. Another item
Second paragraph of first item.
2. Another item
```
Becomes:
1. First ordered list item
Second paragraph of first item.
Paragraph of first item.
2. Another item
If the second paragraph isn't indented with four spaces,
the second list item will be incorrectly labeled as `1`.
If the paragraph of the first item is not indented with the proper number of spaces,
the paragraph will appear outside the list, instead of properly indented under the list item.
Example:
```no-highlight
1. First ordered list item
Second paragraph of first item.
Paragraph of first item.
2. Another item
```
......@@ -601,7 +608,8 @@ Becomes:
1. First ordered list item
Second paragraph of first item.
Paragraph of first item.
2. Another item
### Links
......@@ -719,20 +727,24 @@ Content can be collapsed using HTML's [`<details>`](https://developer.mozilla.or
<p>
<details>
<summary>Click me to collapse/fold.</summary>
These details will remain hidden until expanded.
These details <em>will</em> remain <strong>hidden</strong> until expanded.
<pre><code>PASTE LOGS HERE</code></pre>
</details>
</p>
**Note:** Unfortunately Markdown is not supported inside these tags, as described by the [markdown specification](https://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/syntax#html). You can work around this by using HTML, for example you can use `<pre><code>` tags instead of [code fences](https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-ce/blob/master/doc/user/markdown.md#code-and-syntax-highlighting).
**Note:** Markdown inside these tags is supported, as long as you have a blank link after the `</summary>` tag and before the `</details>` tag, as shown in the example. _Redcarpet does not support Markdown inside these tags. You can work around this by using HTML, for example you can use `<pre><code>` tags instead of [code fences](https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-ce/blob/master/doc/user/markdown.md#code-and-syntax-highlighting)._
```html
<details>
<summary>Click me to collapse/fold.</summary>
These details will remain hidden until expanded.
<pre><code>PASTE LOGS HERE</code></pre>
These details _will_ remain **hidden** until expanded.
PASTE LOGS HERE
</details>
```
......@@ -774,7 +786,7 @@ Underscores
### Line Breaks
My basic recommendation for learning how line breaks work is to experiment and discover -- hit &lt;Enter&gt; once (i.e., insert one newline), then hit it twice (i.e., insert two newlines), see what happens. You'll soon learn to get what you want. "Markdown Toggle" is your friend.
A good way to learn how line breaks work is to experiment and discover -- hit <kbd>Enter</kbd> once (i.e., insert one newline), then hit it twice (i.e., insert two newlines), see what happens. You'll soon learn to get what you want. The "Preview" tab is your friend.
Here are some things to try out:
......@@ -810,7 +822,7 @@ spaces.
### Tables
Tables aren't part of the core Markdown spec, but they are part of GFM and Markdown Here supports them.
Tables aren't part of the core Markdown spec, but they are part of GFM.
Example:
......@@ -828,9 +840,7 @@ Becomes:
| cell 1 | cell 2 |
| cell 3 | cell 4 |
**Note**
The row of dashes between the table header and body must have at least three dashes in each column.
**Note:** The row of dashes between the table header and body must have at least three dashes in each column.
By including colons in the header row, you can align the text within that column.
......@@ -863,6 +873,18 @@ Becomes:
You can add footnotes to your text as follows.[^2]
### Superscripts / Subscripts
CommonMark and GFM currently do not support the superscript syntax ( `x^2` ) that Redcarpet does. You can use the standard HTML syntax for superscripts and subscripts.
```
The formula for water is H<sub>2</sub>O
while the equation for the theory of relativity is E = mc<sup>2</sup>.
```
The formula for water is H<sub>2</sub>O while the equation for the theory of relativity is E = mc<sup>2</sup>.
## Wiki-specific Markdown
The following examples show how links inside wikis behave.
......@@ -954,3 +976,4 @@ A link starting with a `/` is relative to the wiki root.
[katex]: https://github.com/Khan/KaTeX "KaTeX website"
[katex-subset]: https://github.com/Khan/KaTeX/wiki/Function-Support-in-KaTeX "Macros supported by KaTeX"
[asciidoctor-manual]: http://asciidoctor.org/docs/user-manual/#activating-stem-support "Asciidoctor user manual"
[commonmarker]: https://github.com/gjtorikian/commonmarker
......@@ -10,9 +10,7 @@ module API
detail "This feature was introduced in GitLab 11.0."
end
post do
# Explicitly set CommonMark as markdown engine to use.
# Remove this set when https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-ce/issues/43011 is done.
context = { markdown_engine: :common_mark, only_path: false }
context = { only_path: false }
if params[:project]
project = Project.find_by_full_path(params[:project])
......
......@@ -14,7 +14,7 @@ module Banzai
private
DEFAULT_ENGINE = :redcarpet
DEFAULT_ENGINE = :common_mark
def engine(engine_from_context)
engine_from_context ||= DEFAULT_ENGINE
......
......@@ -502,6 +502,13 @@ describe 'Copy as GFM', :js do
1. Numbered lists
GFM
# list item followed by an HR
<<-GFM.strip_heredoc,
- list item
-----
GFM
'# Heading',
'## Heading',
'### Heading',
......@@ -515,8 +522,6 @@ describe 'Copy as GFM', :js do
'~~Strikethrough~~',
'2^2',
'-----',
# table
......
......@@ -44,7 +44,7 @@ describe 'GitLab Markdown', :aggregate_failures do
# Shared behavior that all pipelines should exhibit
shared_examples 'all pipelines' do
it 'includes Redcarpet extensions' do
it 'includes extensions' do
aggregate_failures 'does not parse emphasis inside of words' do
expect(doc.to_html).not_to match('foo<em>bar</em>baz')
end
......@@ -72,10 +72,6 @@ describe 'GitLab Markdown', :aggregate_failures do
aggregate_failures 'parses strikethroughs' do
expect(doc).to have_selector(%{del:contains("and this text doesn't")})
end
aggregate_failures 'parses superscript' do
expect(doc).to have_selector('sup', count: 2)
end
end
it 'includes SanitizationFilter' do
......@@ -123,16 +119,24 @@ describe 'GitLab Markdown', :aggregate_failures do
expect(doc).to have_selector('details summary:contains("collapsible")')
end
aggregate_failures 'permits style attribute in th elements' do
expect(doc.at_css('th:contains("Header")')['style']).to eq 'text-align: center'
expect(doc.at_css('th:contains("Row")')['style']).to eq 'text-align: right'
expect(doc.at_css('th:contains("Example")')['style']).to eq 'text-align: left'
aggregate_failures 'permits align attribute in th elements' do
expect(doc.at_css('th:contains("Header")')['align']).to eq 'center'
expect(doc.at_css('th:contains("Row")')['align']).to eq 'right'
expect(doc.at_css('th:contains("Example")')['align']).to eq 'left'
end
aggregate_failures 'permits style attribute in td elements' do
expect(doc.at_css('td:contains("Foo")')['style']).to eq 'text-align: center'
expect(doc.at_css('td:contains("Bar")')['style']).to eq 'text-align: right'
expect(doc.at_css('td:contains("Baz")')['style']).to eq 'text-align: left'
aggregate_failures 'permits align attribute in td elements' do
expect(doc.at_css('td:contains("Foo")')['align']).to eq 'center'
expect(doc.at_css('td:contains("Bar")')['align']).to eq 'right'
expect(doc.at_css('td:contains("Baz")')['align']).to eq 'left'
end
aggregate_failures 'permits superscript elements' do
expect(doc).to have_selector('sup', count: 2)
end
aggregate_failures 'permits subscript elements' do
expect(doc).to have_selector('sub', count: 3)
end
aggregate_failures 'removes `rel` attribute from links' do
......@@ -320,6 +324,31 @@ describe 'GitLab Markdown', :aggregate_failures do
end
end
context 'Redcarpet documents' do
before do
allow_any_instance_of(Banzai::Filter::MarkdownFilter).to receive(:engine).and_return('Redcarpet')
@html = markdown(@feat.raw_markdown)
end
it 'processes certain elements differently' do
aggregate_failures 'parses superscript' do
expect(doc).to have_selector('sup', count: 3)
end
aggregate_failures 'permits style attribute in th elements' do
expect(doc.at_css('th:contains("Header")')['style']).to eq 'text-align: center'
expect(doc.at_css('th:contains("Row")')['style']).to eq 'text-align: right'
expect(doc.at_css('th:contains("Example")')['style']).to eq 'text-align: left'
end
aggregate_failures 'permits style attribute in td elements' do
expect(doc.at_css('td:contains("Foo")')['style']).to eq 'text-align: center'
expect(doc.at_css('td:contains("Bar")')['style']).to eq 'text-align: right'
expect(doc.at_css('td:contains("Baz")')['style']).to eq 'text-align: left'
end
end
end
# Fake a `current_user` helper
def current_user
@feat.user
......
......@@ -36,7 +36,7 @@ feature 'Task Lists' do
MARKDOWN
end
let(:nested_tasks_markdown) do
let(:nested_tasks_markdown_redcarpet) do
<<-EOT.strip_heredoc
- [ ] Task a
- [x] Task a.1
......@@ -49,6 +49,19 @@ feature 'Task Lists' do
EOT
end
let(:nested_tasks_markdown) do
<<-EOT.strip_heredoc
- [ ] Task a
- [x] Task a.1
- [ ] Task a.2
- [ ] Task b
1. [ ] Task 1
1. [ ] Task 1.1
1. [x] Task 1.2
EOT
end
before do
Warden.test_mode!
......@@ -141,13 +154,11 @@ feature 'Task Lists' do
end
end
describe 'nested tasks', :js do
let(:issue) { create(:issue, description: nested_tasks_markdown, author: user, project: project) }
shared_examples 'shared nested tasks' do
before do
allow(Banzai::Filter::MarkdownFilter).to receive(:engine).and_return('Redcarpet')
visit_issue(project, issue)
end
it 'renders' do
expect(page).to have_selector('ul.task-list', count: 2)
expect(page).to have_selector('li.task-list-item', count: 7)
......@@ -171,6 +182,30 @@ feature 'Task Lists' do
expect(page).to have_content('marked the task Task 1.1 as complete')
end
end
describe 'nested tasks', :js do
context 'with Redcarpet' do
let(:issue) { create(:issue, description: nested_tasks_markdown_redcarpet, author: user, project: project) }
before do
allow_any_instance_of(Banzai::Filter::MarkdownFilter).to receive(:engine).and_return('Redcarpet')
visit_issue(project, issue)
end
it_behaves_like 'shared nested tasks'
end
context 'with CommonMark' do
let(:issue) { create(:issue, description: nested_tasks_markdown, author: user, project: project) }
before do
allow_any_instance_of(Banzai::Filter::MarkdownFilter).to receive(:engine).and_return('CommonMark')
visit_issue(project, issue)
end
it_behaves_like 'shared nested tasks'
end
end
end
describe 'for Notes' do
......
......@@ -43,8 +43,14 @@ This text says this, ~~and this text doesn't~~.
### Superscript
This is my 1^(st) time using superscript in Markdown. Now this is my
2^(nd).
This is my 1<sup>(st)</sup> time using superscript in Markdown. Now this is my
2<sup>(nd)</sup>.
Redcarpet supports this superscript syntax ( x^2 ).
### Subscript
This (C<sub>6</sub>H<sub>12</sub>O<sub>6</sub>) is an example of subscripts in Markdown.
### Next step
......
......@@ -298,7 +298,7 @@ describe MarkupHelper do
it 'preserves code color scheme' do
object = create_object("```ruby\ndef test\n 'hello world'\nend\n```")
expected = "\n<pre class=\"code highlight js-syntax-highlight ruby\">" \
expected = "<pre class=\"code highlight js-syntax-highlight ruby\">" \
"<code><span class=\"line\"><span class=\"k\">def</span> <span class=\"nf\">test</span>...</span>\n" \
"</code></pre>"
......
......@@ -66,7 +66,7 @@ describe('ShortcutsIssuable', function () {
});
describe('with a multi-line selection', () => {
it('quotes the selected lines as a group', () => {
stubSelection('<p>Selected line one.</p>\n\n<p>Selected line two.</p>\n\n<p>Selected line three.</p>');
stubSelection('<p>Selected line one.</p>\n<p>Selected line two.</p>\n<p>Selected line three.</p>');
this.shortcut.replyWithSelectedText(true);
expect($(this.selector).val()).toBe('> Selected line one.\n>\n> Selected line two.\n>\n> Selected line three.\n\n');
});
......
......@@ -7,13 +7,13 @@ describe Banzai::Filter::MarkdownFilter do
it 'adds language to lang attribute when specified' do
result = filter("```html\nsome code\n```")
expect(result).to start_with("\n<pre><code lang=\"html\">")
expect(result).to start_with("<pre><code lang=\"html\">")
end
it 'does not add language to lang attribute when not specified' do
result = filter("```\nsome code\n```")
expect(result).to start_with("\n<pre><code>")
expect(result).to start_with("<pre><code>")
end
end
end
......@@ -156,7 +156,7 @@ describe CacheMarkdownField do
end
it { expect(thing.foo_html).to eq(updated_html) }
it { expect(thing.cached_markdown_version).to eq(CacheMarkdownField::CACHE_REDCARPET_VERSION) }
it { expect(thing.cached_markdown_version).to eq(CacheMarkdownField::CACHE_COMMONMARK_VERSION) }
end
describe '#cached_html_up_to_date?' do
......@@ -234,7 +234,7 @@ describe CacheMarkdownField do
it 'returns default version when version is nil' do
thing.cached_markdown_version = nil
is_expected.to eq(CacheMarkdownField::CACHE_REDCARPET_VERSION)
is_expected.to eq(CacheMarkdownField::CACHE_COMMONMARK_VERSION)
end
end
......@@ -261,7 +261,7 @@ describe CacheMarkdownField do
thing.cached_markdown_version = nil
thing.refresh_markdown_cache
expect(thing.cached_markdown_version).to eq(CacheMarkdownField::CACHE_REDCARPET_VERSION)
expect(thing.cached_markdown_version).to eq(CacheMarkdownField::CACHE_COMMONMARK_VERSION)
end
end
......@@ -346,7 +346,7 @@ describe CacheMarkdownField do
expect(thing.foo_html).to eq(updated_html)
expect(thing.baz_html).to eq(updated_html)
expect(thing.cached_markdown_version).to eq(CacheMarkdownField::CACHE_REDCARPET_VERSION)
expect(thing.cached_markdown_version).to eq(CacheMarkdownField::CACHE_COMMONMARK_VERSION)
end
end
......@@ -366,7 +366,7 @@ describe CacheMarkdownField do
expect(thing.foo_html).to eq(updated_html)
expect(thing.baz_html).to eq(updated_html)
expect(thing.cached_markdown_version).to eq(CacheMarkdownField::CACHE_REDCARPET_VERSION)
expect(thing.cached_markdown_version).to eq(CacheMarkdownField::CACHE_COMMONMARK_VERSION)
end
end
end
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