Kaspar - I can’t get it to load in a P8 image - it seems to stall half way through (I’ve seen that a few times with Metacello to be honest - I think there is some escaping timeout that causes issues).
Does it load for you? > On 24 Mar 2020, at 22:38, Kasper Osterbye <kasper.oster...@gmail.com > <mailto:kasper.oster...@gmail.com>> wrote: > > I have a github-markdown which translates into pillar - and from pillar you > can get many things. > > It is lacking several aspects, as I personally was most interested in > rendering it inside pharo. The major thing missing (because I could not > figure out how to render them) is tables. But take a look at: > https://github.com/kasperosterbye/PillarRichTextRender > <https://github.com/kasperosterbye/PillarRichTextRender> > > But perhaps it is better than nothing - your usage scenario is not quite > clear to me. > > Best, > > Kasper > > On Tue, Mar 24, 2020 at 10:12 PM Tim Mackinnon <email@example.com > <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>> wrote: > Hmm I hadn’t even thought of Xstreams… I always thought it sounded cool, > perhaps its a place to start - but as you mention, I’m not sure it really > gained traction in the Pharo world. My use case is quite simple as the > markdown files are simple configuration (and maybe don’t even need a parser - > e.g. > https://github.com/servirtium/demo-java-climate-tck/blob/master/src/test/mocks/averageRainfallForEgyptFrom1980to1999Exists.md > > <https://github.com/servirtium/demo-java-climate-tck/blob/master/src/test/mocks/averageRainfallForEgyptFrom1980to1999Exists.md>). > I was hoping there might be something simple I could run with to help > explore how best to use the config in those files. > > Lets see if anyone else mentions something that’s a no-brainer. > > Tim > >> On 24 Mar 2020, at 18:40, gettimothy via Pharo-users >> <email@example.com <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>> wrote: >> >> >> From: gettimothy <gettimo...@zoho.com <mailto:gettimo...@zoho.com>> >> Subject: Re: [Pharo-users] Do we have a simple markdown parser? >> Date: 24 March 2020 at 18:40:42 GMT >> To: "Any question about pharo is welcome" <email@example.com >> <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>> >> Cc: "Pharo Users Newsgroup" <email@example.com >> <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>> >> >> >> I do not know if it works on Pharo, but XTreams has a XTreams-Parsing >> section that I am currently working with. The existing Wikitext grammar was >> my starting point . >> >> https://github.com/squeak-smalltalk/squeak-ci/blob/master/package-load-scripts/Xtreams.st >> >> <https://github.com/squeak-smalltalk/squeak-ci/blob/master/package-load-scripts/Xtreams.st> >> >> the existing Grammar is under: >> >> XTreams-Parsing -> PEGParser > grammars->grammarWiki >> >> >> Use case is: >> >> >> | wikiGrammar wikiParser output| >> Transcript clear. >> wikiGrammar := PEGParser grammarWiki reading positioning. >> wikiParser := PEGParser parserPEG parse: 'Grammar' stream: wikiGrammar >> actor: PEGParserParser new. >> input := (your string input goes here) >> output := wikiParser parse: 'Page' stream: input actor: PEGWikiGenerator new. >> output inspect. >> >> hth >> >> ---- On Tue, 24 Mar 2020 13:51:31 -0400 Tim Mackinnon <email@example.com >> <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>> wrote ---- >> >> Hi guys - do we have a simple markdown parser that is reasonably up to date? >> I did a quick GitHub scan and a few popped out, but I wasn’t convinced I had >> found one the “everyone” uses (albeit, everyone might be a small sample). >> >> Ideally I don’t want to get sucked into writing another one (a project for a >> future time). >> >> Tim >> >> >> >> >