Markdown Emoji for Rails
Want to include emoji in your rails app? Well now you can!
Warning This gem does some scary stuff under the hood, so please check out the code, test first, and don't hesitate to ask questions. If you'd like a less insane way to add Emoji to your project, check out the http-pipeline gem.
Add the following line to your Gemfile
When creating a new markdown renderer, just use
markdown = Redcarpet::Markdown.new(MdEmoji::Render, :no_intra_emphasis => true) markdown.render("Hello :smile: world!")
Please take note that due to inconsistencies with the RedCarpet gem,
:no_intra_emphasis => true is required for emoji with multiple underscores:
Emoji assets will automatically be picked up by the asset pipeline and made available to your app at:
For a full list of supported emoji, just run
MdEmoji::EMOJI in your console.
See our CONTRIBUTING.md document for more details.
Copyright (c) 2011 Jordan Byron
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