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it:jekyll [2014/06/12 14:36]
Alexander Rind
it:jekyll [2014/06/12 14:37]
Alexander Rind
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     * default in Jekyll     * default in Jekyll
     * Syntax: [[http://​kramdown.gettalong.org/​quickref.html | Quick]] or [[http://​kramdown.gettalong.org/​syntax.html | Long]]     * Syntax: [[http://​kramdown.gettalong.org/​quickref.html | Quick]] or [[http://​kramdown.gettalong.org/​syntax.html | Long]]
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     * Options: [[http://​kramdown.gettalong.org/​rdoc/​Kramdown/​Options.html | documented]] and [[http://​jekyllrb.com/​docs/​configuration/#​default-configuration | defaults in Jekyll]]     * Options: [[http://​kramdown.gettalong.org/​rdoc/​Kramdown/​Options.html | documented]] and [[http://​jekyllrb.com/​docs/​configuration/#​default-configuration | defaults in Jekyll]]
   * [[https://​github.com/​vmg/​redcarpet | RedCarpet]]   * [[https://​github.com/​vmg/​redcarpet | RedCarpet]]
     * [[https://​github.com/​blog/​832-rolling-out-the-redcarpet | developed by and for GitHub]]     * [[https://​github.com/​blog/​832-rolling-out-the-redcarpet | developed by and for GitHub]]
     * similar syntax like GitHub, but not exactly the same     * similar syntax like GitHub, but not exactly the same
 +      * needs ''​ extensions: [smart, autolink, strikethrough,​ no_intra_emphasis,​ tables]'' ​
     * http://​yangsu.github.io/​blog/​2012/​10/​11/​using-octopress-with-github-flavored-markdown-redcarpet/​     * http://​yangsu.github.io/​blog/​2012/​10/​11/​using-octopress-with-github-flavored-markdown-redcarpet/​
     * [[https://​github.com/​vmg/​redcarpet/​blob/​v2.3.0/​README.markdown#​and-its-like-really-simple-to-use | Extensions]]     * [[https://​github.com/​vmg/​redcarpet/​blob/​v2.3.0/​README.markdown#​and-its-like-really-simple-to-use | Extensions]]
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