in the Dumper class, there's a dump_children method that loops thru
elements and recursively calls itself in a way that (I think) precludes
adding elements via the plugin mechanism.
I've been trying to pull this out of the loop:
elif element.tag == 'h':
level = int(element.attrib['level'])
if level < 1: level = 1
elif level > 5: level = 5
tag = '='*(7 - level)
output.append(tag+' '+element.text+' '+tag)
On 2012-10-31 10:49, Jaap Karssenberg wrote:
On Wed, Oct 31, 2012 at 3:33 PM, Fred McDavid <f...@landmetrics.com>
I did a little work on a plugin to hilite code snippets but hit a
non-pluggable tags that I think is the same that would prevent such
I did a little hacking on the Dumper class in zim/formats/wiki.py to
tags pluggable, but so far it's not much to look at.
Jaap, do you have any plans to make this possible? If not, would
if I took a stab at it (while sometimes asking for help)?
I'm sorry, but a lost you at "non-pluggable tags". Afraid I don't
clue what you mean by that.
As a general comment, if you are hacking on the parser and dumper
classes, please use the "pyzim-next" branch.
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