ProseMirror is a well-behaved rich semantic content editor based on contentEditable, with support for collaborative editing and custom document schemas.
The ProseMirror library consists of a number of separate modules. This repository just serves as a central issue tracker, and holds a script to help easily check out all the core modules for development.
The project page has more information, a number of examples and the documentation.
This code is released under an MIT license. There's a forum for general discussion and support requests, and the Github bug tracker is the place to report issues.
STOP READING HERE IF YOU'RE SIMPLY USING PROSEMIRROR. YOU CAN INSTALL THE SEPARATE NPM MODULES FOR THAT. THE INSTRUCTIONS BELOW ONLY APPLY WHEN DEVELOPING PROSEMIRROR!
Setting up a dev environment
Clone this repository, and make sure you have node and yarn (due to a string of issues with NPM 5, NPM is not currently supported) installed. Next, from the cloned directory run:
This will fetch the submodules, install their dependencies, and build them.
bin/pm script in this repository provides functionality for
working with the repositories:
bin/pm buildrebuilds all the modules
bin/pm watchsets up a process that automatically rebuilds the modules when they change
bin/pm statusprints the git status of all submodules
bin/pm commit <args>runs
git commitwith the given arguments in all submodules that have pending changes
bin/pm testruns the (non-browser) tests in all modules
git pushin all modules
bin/pm grep <pattern>greps through the source code for the modules for the given pattern
bin/pm dev-startstarts a server that rebuilds the packages whenever their sources change, and exposes the demo (
demo/*) under a webserver on port 8080
(Functionality for managing releases will be added in the future.)
Development of ProseMirror happens in the various repositories exposed under the ProseMirror organization on GitHub. Bugs for core packages are tracked in the bug tracker for the meta repository.
We aim to be an inclusive, welcoming community. To make that explicit, we have a code of conduct that applies to communication around the project.