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YAML header causes error message: Error: Failed to run pipeline: No renderer configured for com.vladsch.flexmark.ext.jekyll.tag.JekyllTagBlock #39

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mtooke opened this Issue Jan 7, 2019 · 3 comments

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mtooke commented Jan 7, 2019

When I set my dita map topicref format attributes to markdown, I get the following error:

Error: Failed to run pipeline: No renderer configured for com.vladsch.flexmark.ext.jekyll.tag.JekyllTagBlock

After our email conversation, it was determined that this was caused by the YAML header in the files. When I removed the YAML headers, the files built fine.

This error occurred using DITA-OT 3.2.

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jelovirt commented Jan 8, 2019

@mtooke could you add an example of a file that causes this error here?

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mtooke commented Jan 8, 2019

editing-menus.txt

Hi, I've changed to a text file and uploaded here. the import statements were causing the issue:

{% include admin_sidebar/online-navigation.md %}
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mtooke commented Jan 8, 2019

main2.zip

I've included my entire set of files to give you better context for what I'm experiencing. Hopefully this is OK. I've been commenting out my map in order to isolate other bugs. If you take a look in the file how-do-i-duplicate-my-store.md, line 55 is causing the error:

Error: Failed to run pipeline: Failed to merge map C:\ditaout\shopify_temp\C:\d3\shopify\main2.ditamap: C:\ditaout\shopify_temp\C:\d3\shopify\main2.ditamap (The filename, directory name, or volume label syntax is incorrect)

It seems to be related to both links in that sentence:

Orders can **not** be imported into a store through the Shopify admin, but they **can** be imported through the [Shopify API](/api). **This is not supported by Shopify**. We recommend visiting [our Shopify Experts marketplace](/experts.shopify.com) to find a developer for hire if you must import orders into the new store.

I get this same error on multiple files in this map.

jelovirt added a commit that referenced this issue Jan 8, 2019

Fix Jekyll syntax #39
Signed-off-by: Jarno Elovirta <jarno@elovirta.com>

jelovirt added a commit that referenced this issue Jan 8, 2019

Enable Jekyll processing in MDITA #39
Signed-off-by: Jarno Elovirta <jarno@elovirta.com>

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