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README.md

gitbook-plugin-git-author

This is a plugin for automatically adding author and timestamp to each gitbook page, including creator and last-modified from git commits

npm travis codecov npm-downloads

git-author-preview

Usage

Recommended Environments

  • Node.js 4.0+
  • npm 3.0+
  • gitbook 3.0+

install

npm i -D gitbook-plugin-git-author

book.json

{
    "plugins": ["git-author"]
    "pluginsConfig": {
          "git-author":{
              "position": "bottom",
              "modifyTpl": "Last modified by {user} {timeStamp}",
              "createTpl": "Created by {user} {timeStamp}",
              "timeStampFormat": "YYYY-MM-DD HH:mm:ss"
          }
    }
}

Example

README.md file

Be sure to commit this file to git repository firstly.

# Title of the Article

content

Output

<h1>Title of the Article</h1>

<p>content</p>

<div class="git-author-container git-author-bottom">
  <div class="modified">Last modified by someone 2016-06-06 06:06:06</div>
  <div class="created">Created by someone 2016-06-06 06:06:06</div>
</div>

Options

position

default: bottom

git-author content position in the article. top or bottom

this will add a git-author-{position} className to git-author-container

createTpl modifyTpl

You can use {user} {timeStamp} as placeholder for username and timeStamp

default:

createTpl: Created by {user} {timeStamp}

modifyTpl: Last modified by {user} {timeStamp}

You may disable one of them by set it to a FALSY value.

e.g

"createTpl": false

timeStampFormat

default: YYYY-MM-DD HH:mm:ss

use moment to process timeStamp

Useful filters

You can use timeFormat nunjucks filter to format time string in each article.

timeFormat([timeFormatString])

{{ 1466749374153 | timeFormat('YYYY-MM-DD') }}

output

2016-06-24
{{ '2016-06-24T07:27:04.365Z' | timeFormat('MMMM Do YYYY, h:mm:ss a') }}

output

June 24th 2016, 3:27:04 pm

Custom styles

change default style by add a custom css file to your gitbook

book.json

{
    "styles": {
        "website": "./styles/website.css"
    }
}

website.css

.git-author-container {
    font-size: 85%;
}

.git-author-top {
    float: none;
}

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