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<ol> was not rendered properly if there are Chinese characters. #636

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hbrls opened this Issue Sep 4, 2012 · 6 comments

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hbrls commented Sep 4, 2012

I think I can use this md format to get rendered <ol>

1. bla bla bla
2. bla bla bla

But this only works with English letters, but not Chinese characters. It just ignored the 1., and rendered it as plain text like:

1. 句子 2. 句子

I've a demo of this issue:

github rendered this correctly

my blog using jekyll not

This appears to be a bug in Maruku, rather than Jekyll. I would suggest filing an issue against them.

As a workaround, use one of the alternative Markdown implementations instead. Adding markdown: rdiscount to your configuration or using --rdiscount as a command-line option will do the trick (you'll need to install the rdiscount gem, of course). kramdown and redcarpet are your other options.

hbrls commented Dec 20, 2012

I don't have jekyll on my own machine. And I'm totally rely on GitHub's Page service. Are you suggesting that GitHub->jekyll->Maruku has a bug while GitHub->itself uses a different markdown interpreter that doesn't have this bug?

GitHub uses a different Markdown interpreter than Maruku, yes (redcarpet, IIRC). I'm pretty sure GitHub Pages supports the other ones, though. Have you tried putting something like this in your _config.yml?

markdown: rdiscount

(or kramdown, or redcarpet)

hbrls commented Dec 20, 2012

I'm using markdown: redcarpet now, and it's all right. Thanks for your help! Can I move this issue to Maruku or created a new issue there?

I'm not aware of a way to move issues from one repository to another. You'll probably have to check to see if they have an existing issue open on this, and if not, open a new issue there and close this one.

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parkr commented Dec 22, 2012

Looks like you got it working fine on your site.

File an issue with Maruku over there – there's no way to move the issue. Thanks!

@parkr parkr closed this Dec 22, 2012

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