Alternatives to the "marked" markdown renderer...
tony at raisingthefloor.org
Mon Oct 2 10:01:16 UTC 2017
I have created pulls against gpii-handlebars
<https://github.com/GPII/gpii-handlebars/pull/23> and infusion-docs
<https://github.com/fluid-project/infusion-docs/pull/129> to migrate to
markdown-it. Thus far my experience with markdown-it has been pretty
positive, it was basically a drop-in replacement for marked with one minor
configuration change (enabling html, which is disabled by default).
On 19 September 2017 at 18:47, Tony Atkins <tony at raisingthefloor.org> wrote:
> Hi, All:
> [I posted this earlier, crossposting as suggested by Justin to include a
> wider audience.]
> As you may remember from previous discussions regarding Snyk
> <http://snyk.io/>, the largest source of vulnerabilities in the work I
> maintain is the "marked <https://github.com/chjj/marked>" library, which
> is also used in the Docpad Infusion docs site. After waiting months for a
> "marked" release that includes the fix for a previous vulnerability, I
> discovered this week that even more vulnerabilities have been reported
> since I last looked.
> It seemed like a good time to look around for replacements, I did so and
> wrote up a technology evaluation on the wiki:
> Please take a moment to review, especially those of you who regularly
> contribute to the Infusion Docpad docs. I would like to confirm that the
> list of candidates and requirements is reasonable, and to get feedback on
> my conclusion, which is that "markdown-it" and the associated Docpad plugin
> are our best candidates to replace "marked" at the moment.
> Although I will also mention this in the architecture meeting tomorrow and
> ask for feedback there, feedback in the next day or so would be much
> appreciated. Unless there are strong objections coming out of tomorrow's
> meeting, I plan to work on replacing "marked" in gpii-handlebars by the end
> of the week.
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