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CodeRay's coderay_bold_every can't be set to false #95

simonvanderveldt opened this Issue Nov 15, 2013 · 2 comments


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simonvanderveldt commented Nov 15, 2013

Coderay's coderay_bold_every can be set to false or to an integer, see CodeRay's numbering.rb (line 35).

But because the type is set to Integer in kramdown's options.rb (line 326) it's not possible to set it to false.


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simonvanderveldt commented Nov 15, 2013

Changing the integer in the define in kramdown's options.rb to an Object makes it work

define(:coderay_bold_every, Object, 10, <<EOF) do |val|
Defines how often a line number should be made bold

Default: 10
Used by: HTML converter

This obviously uses a block that doesn't do any validation. I'm not fully proficient in Ruby, so I don't really know which kind of validation one should do.
I guess a check on val == false and Integer === val should be enough?

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gettalong commented Nov 16, 2013

Thanks! I have updated the option to also allow false as value.

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