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@gasman /gfm.py forked from mvasilkov/gfm.py
Created Mar 6, 2011

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import re
from hashlib import md5
def gfm(text):
# Extract pre blocks.
extractions = {}
def pre_extraction_callback(matchobj):
digest = md5(matchobj.group(0).encode('utf-8')).hexdigest()
extractions[digest] = matchobj.group(0)
return "{gfm-extraction-%s}" % digest
pattern = re.compile(r'<pre>.*?</pre>', re.MULTILINE | re.DOTALL)
text = re.sub(pattern, pre_extraction_callback, text)
# Prevent foo_bar_baz from ending up with an italic word in the middle.
def italic_callback(matchobj):
s = matchobj.group(0)
if list(s).count('_') >= 2:
return s.replace('_', '\_')
return s
pattern = re.compile(r'^(?! {4}|\t).*\w+(?<!_)_\w+_\w[\w_]*', re.MULTILINE | re.UNICODE)
text = re.sub(pattern, italic_callback, text)
# In very clear cases, let newlines become <br /> tags.
def newline_callback(matchobj):
if len(matchobj.group(1)) == 1:
return matchobj.group(0).rstrip() + ' \n'
else:
return matchobj.group(0)
pattern = re.compile(r'^[\w\<][^\n]*(\n+)', re.MULTILINE | re.UNICODE)
text = re.sub(pattern, newline_callback, text)
# Insert pre block extractions.
def pre_insert_callback(matchobj):
return '\n\n' + extractions[matchobj.group(1)]
text = re.sub(r'{gfm-extraction-([0-9a-f]{32})\}', pre_insert_callback, text)
return text
# Test suite.
try:
from nose.tools import assert_equal
except ImportError:
def assert_equal(a, b):
assert a == b, '%r != %r' % (a, b)
def test_single_underscores():
"""Don't touch single underscores inside words."""
assert_equal(
gfm('foo_bar'),
'foo_bar',
)
def test_underscores_code_blocks():
"""Don't touch underscores in code blocks."""
assert_equal(
gfm(' foo_bar_baz'),
' foo_bar_baz',
)
def test_underscores_pre_blocks():
"""Don't touch underscores in pre blocks."""
assert_equal(
gfm('<pre>\nfoo_bar_baz\n</pre>'),
'\n\n<pre>\nfoo_bar_baz\n</pre>',
)
def test_pre_block_pre_text():
"""Don't treat pre blocks with pre-text differently."""
a = '\n\n<pre>\nthis is `a\\_test` and this\\_too\n</pre>'
b = 'hmm<pre>\nthis is `a\\_test` and this\\_too\n</pre>'
assert_equal(
gfm(a)[2:],
gfm(b)[3:],
)
def test_two_underscores():
"""Escape two or more underscores inside words."""
assert_equal(
gfm('foo_bar_baz'),
'foo\\_bar\\_baz',
)
assert_equal(
gfm('something else then foo_bar_baz'),
'something else then foo\\_bar\\_baz',
)
def test_newlines_simple():
"""Turn newlines into br tags in simple cases."""
assert_equal(
gfm('foo\nbar'),
'foo \nbar',
)
def test_newlines_group():
"""Convert newlines in all groups."""
assert_equal(
gfm('apple\npear\norange\n\nruby\npython\nerlang'),
'apple \npear \norange\n\nruby \npython \nerlang',
)
def test_newlines_long_group():
"""Convert newlines in even long groups."""
assert_equal(
gfm('apple\npear\norange\nbanana\n\nruby\npython\nerlang'),
'apple \npear \norange \nbanana\n\nruby \npython \nerlang',
)
def test_newlines_list():
"""Don't convert newlines in lists."""
assert_equal(
gfm('# foo\n# bar'),
'# foo\n# bar',
)
assert_equal(
gfm('* foo\n* bar'),
'* foo\n* bar',
)
@jace
jace commented May 19, 2013

Are you working on this? I've been following the trail of Python GFM forks to see which one has all issues fixed and yours seems to be most recently updated.

@Triavanicus

Check out my fork, I added tables, strike, and links without the use of but not exactly in a nice way, here is the link to the forked gist

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