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Okay, according to the Creole 1.0, the following format:[[http://example.com|A Link to Example.com]]
should be rendered as:<a href="http://example.com">A Link to Example.com</a>
[[http://example.com|A Link to Example.com]]
<a href="http://example.com">A Link to Example.com</a>
However, GitHub's current Creole parser renders the above format like this:<a href="https://github.com/owner/project/wiki/A-Link-to-Example.com">http://example.com</a>
I tested this and got result using project's wiki repository.
Looks like we need a revision on Creole parser, don't we?
(Unfortunately, I don't know Ruby. :( )
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All creole files I have seem to have links being rendered correctly, but while we're on the issue of screwed up Creole, I have submitted an issue / pull request #75 to switch the Creole parser to a different version supporting more features (https://github.com/petteyg/markup/blob/cd1156dd29cad82c8f04a5b41583b6c1e7793fb4/test/markups/README.creole)- including adding more creole tags to the test file - nearly 14 months ago, to no avail.
A simple update of the creole dependency to 0.5.0 would suffice to fix the link problem.
The real issue here is we're supporting MediaWiki links across all of our supported wiki formats (markdown,textile,mediawiki,creole...the list goes on).
In the version of gollum GitHub is using links with the format [[foo|bar]] get extracted and replaced with a placeholder, then GitHub::Markup.render is called, then we replace the placeholders with the rendered links, so Creole never gets a chance to even handle the links since the format is nearly identical to the MediaWiki links.
Trying to decide if we should:
We're not removing MediaWiki links for the other formats (markdown,textile,etc) but I think we'd be happy to do it on Creole wiki pages at least.