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Default Markdown template parser for new sites to RedCarpet #1245

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@parkr parkr commented Jun 27, 2013

Done via generated _config.yml.

Related to #1236.

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@parkr parkr commented Jun 27, 2013

@mattr- 😄

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@mattr- mattr- commented Jun 27, 2013

Now I rule all the blogs!. 💥

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@zachgersh zachgersh commented Jun 27, 2013

Hey @parkr before we merge this can I also suggest that we update the documentation to mention the fact that the default for new is now RedCarpet?

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@zachgersh zachgersh commented Jun 27, 2013

Annnnddddddd it's merged LOL

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@parkr parkr commented Jun 27, 2013

@mattr-'s on a plane. He might not have gotten that :)

The default for all Jekyll sites will still be MaRuKu.

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@mattr- mattr- commented Jun 27, 2013

Uno momento, por favor

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@mattr- https://github.com/mattr-'s on a plane. He might not have
gotten that :)

The default for all Jekyll sites will still be MaRuKu.


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@zachgersh zachgersh commented Jun 27, 2013

Right, but shouldn't we explain that the site template when you use jekyll new will use a completely different pre-processor? Seems like we could just mention it in the quick-start as one of our nice info boxes :)

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@mattr- mattr- commented Jun 27, 2013

We should probably also install redcarpet by default since new sites won't
work out of the box without it.

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Right, but shouldn't we explain that the site template when you use jekyll
new will use a completely different pre-processor? Seems like we could just
mention it in the quick-start as one of our nice info boxes :)


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@doktorbro doktorbro commented Aug 15, 2013

Should Jekyll’s official site not be a role model and use Redcarpet as default markdown engine? Dogfooding is convincing.

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@parkr parkr commented Aug 15, 2013

We need to maintain header links, e.g. Writing posts = #writing_posts, which RedCarpet (to my knowledge) doesn't support in 2.x.

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@mattr- mattr- commented Aug 16, 2013

correct. it won't support that until 3.1.

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We need to maintain header links, e.g. Writing posts = #writing_posts,
which RedCarpet (to my knowledge) doesn't support in 2.x.


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@ghost ghost commented Nov 21, 2013

Hi friends!

On http://jekyllrb.com/docs/configuration/#default_configuration, it says: markdown: maruku (a.k.a. maruku is default parser).

Just confirming this should be redcarpet now? I'll fix it if so.

Thanks!
Matt

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@parkr parkr commented Nov 21, 2013

Nope, the programmatic default is still maruku, but when you generate a site with jekyll new, you'll see markdown: redcarpet in your _config.yml. :)

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@ghost ghost commented Nov 21, 2013

Understood! Thanks @parkr. 👍

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