Given an html document, turns the bracket-based link syntax into html links, in a manner very similar to MediaWiki's Wikilinks.
var Linkifier = require('.') var linkify = new Linkifier('#/myposts/') linkify('[[my-page.md]]') // => '<a href="#/myposts/my-page.md">my-page.md</a>' linkify('[[super-awesome-post.md|CLICK HERE to read awesome things]] dawg!') // => '<a href="#/myposts/super-awesome-post.md">CLICK HERE to read awesome things</a> dawg!'
Create yourself a linkifier object with a root path, like so:
var Linkifier = require('noddity-linkifier') var linkify = new Linkifier('#/myposts/')
linkify is both a function, and an event emitter.
Takes a string with html or whatever and returns a string with all of the links that aren't inside of
<code> tags are replaced with html links.
The linkifier object is an event emitter - it emits a 'link' event whenever a link is found and replaced. The sole argument is the target page - the examples from the top of the readme would have each emitted a 'link' event with a single argument 'my-page.md' and 'super-awesome-post.md', respectively.