Adrien Crivelli

  • Registered on: 2008-07-02
  • Last connection: 2018-03-30

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2018-01-12

05:55 Redmine Feature #24681: Syntax highlighter: replace CodeRay with Rouge
This is great, it works well with Markdown instead of Textile too. I finally got sh syntax highlighting among many ot...

2018-01-11

05:25 Redmine Feature #24681: Syntax highlighter: replace CodeRay with Rouge
Alex, thank you for the plugin, I just installed it, and it seems to work great for browsing repository content. Howe...

2017-11-11

12:27 Redmine Feature #24681: Syntax highlighter: replace CodeRay with Rouge
I agree that supporting more languages is valuable. We have to keep in mind that this is only used to help reading co...

2017-06-27

16:07 Redmine Feature #24681: Syntax highlighter: replace CodeRay with Rouge
This might be inappropriate, but have you considered re-using what GitHub uses ?
I'd say they should have a rather...

2016-10-19

02:06 Redmine Feature #15520: Markdown formatting
Yes markdown is supported everywhere where textile is supported, including issues, as long as you select the markdown...

2016-07-22

03:59 Redmine Feature #22005: Rake task for converting from Textile to Markdown
Latest version of pandoc does not output empty links the same way anymore, "see for yourself":http://pandoc.org/try/?...

2016-07-18

16:24 Redmine Feature #22005: Rake task for converting from Textile to Markdown
That interesting... would you have an example of textile or markdown that lead to Redmine crash ? also do you know wh...
10:09 Redmine Feature #20497: Markdown formatting supporting HTML
HTML in markdown is also required to solve the cases of two consecutive lists, or a list followed by code block as "d...
09:12 Redmine Feature #22005: Rake task for converting from Textile to Markdown
I built upon what you suggested here and came up with a solution that I think is much more complete. First of all it ...
09:09 Redmine Feature #15520: Markdown formatting
A quick note for people looking for a tool to convert textile to markdown. There is a rake task that can do that: htt...

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