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A full-featured Markdown editing environment for Eclipse.
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Submitted by Rud Merriam on Sun, 2019-10-27 17:02
Tried to install on 2019-09 and it hangs. Tried both through the Marketplace and copying the URL.
Submitted by Amenel Voglozin on Sun, 2019-08-25 13:04
I've tried this plugin in order to escape my two frustrations with the WikiText editor for Makdown: the faulty display of sublists and the lack of support for tables.
This plugin, just installed on 2019-06 (4.12.0) is more satisfying to me even though it's not perfect yet to my eyes. I've submitted issues so that what I see as kinks could possibly be ironed out.
The set of features is impressive, but the support of Outline view and formatting, especially the automatic formatting of tables, are winners to me.
Submitted by Igor Tykhyy on Sat, 2019-07-13 17:52
For some reason I couldn't install it by just dropping the Install-"Button" onto Eclipse. Furthermore when installing several items from Certiv, it wouldn't really let me because of a version conflict when picking Certiv Tools and FluentMark.
Anyhow: the Markdown-editor is awesome! It responds well (auto-update when I am writing) and the rendering is nice - especially with several stylesheets. Thank you!
Submitted by Luís De Sousa on Fri, 2018-07-20 03:52
This plug-in renders Eclipse Photon unsable with a loop exception. Full report at Bugzilla:
Submitted by Gerald Rosenberg on Tue, 2018-07-24 16:14
Verify that you are using the most recent version (v1.1.1). What you report is a known problem with an old version.
If the Marketplace is serving up an old version, then go directly to the Certiv Tools update site at www.certiv.net/updates.
Submitted by Stefan Gruber on Wed, 2017-09-06 04:31
When I use pandoc in fluentmark as conversion filter in Eclipse under Windows 10, I get an encoding error like this when I am using special characters linke "öüä":
pandoc.exe: Cannot decode byte '\xf6': Data.Text.Internal.Encoding.Fusion.stream
Utf8: Invalid UTF-8 stream
In Eclipse all (project and file) is set to UTF-8. I think it is a fluentmark problem, because when I do a "pandoc -o ..." on command line, all works perfect.
Submitted by Gerald Rosenberg on Wed, 2017-09-06 13:31
Create an issue report in the Github repo for Fluentmark.
Submitted by Pavel Vlasov on Fri, 2017-05-12 11:29
I do a search, it finds what I need and then the editor scrolls it out of view. To reproduce use this document - https://github.com/Nasdanika/server/blob/master/org.nasdanika.cdo.web/do... search for renderTypedElementView.
Submitted by Gerald Rosenberg on Fri, 2017-05-12 15:37
Find works correctly for me -- the editor scrolls to the text found and no further scrolling of the editor takes place.
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