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Todo list outlines in GitHub? Still can't find the way... #100

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scripting opened this Issue Oct 28, 2018 · 3 comments

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scripting commented Oct 28, 2018

Here's an example of a worknotes outline of mine in a GitHub repo.

This is one of several ways I've tried doing it. None of them work well.

In this example, the problem is:

  1. No permalinks.

  2. No wordwrap for paragraphs.

  3. Simple HTML not rendered as HTML (look at the <a href>'s.)

Every other way I've tried, using markdown or not, has mangled it in other ways such that it's unreadable.

This is a problem for me because it's how I write docs and take notes while developing. Outlines and technical docs are basically the same thing. Imagine how great it would be if GH were good at displaying outlines.

I'd welcome any suggestions for how to make this work. I'm out of ideas.

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ttepasse commented Oct 28, 2018

I transformed your notes into Markdown's nested lists. Because my file has the .md ending, Github displays it rendered; the Raw button displays the simple source. Markdown gives you wordwrap and HTML support. Permalinks, I'm afraid, are only supported for headings. Don't know if that helps with your workflow, but that would be my first thought.

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scripting commented Oct 28, 2018

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je-r commented Oct 29, 2018

maybe GitHub actions will help you to convert outline to HTML to your liking upon commit?

https://github.com/features/actions - I’ve signed up for beta but not approved yet

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