🎉 Why named "yozora" ?
Yozora is the Roman sound of Japanese 「よぞら」, taken from the lyrics in 『花鳥風月』 by the band 世界の終わり.
This project is a monorepo that aims to implement a highly extensible, pluggable Markdown parser. Based on the idea of middlewares, the core algorithm @yozora/core-parser will schedule tokenizers (such as @yozora/tokenizer-autolink) to complete the parsing tasks. More accurately, yozora is an algorithm to parse Markdown or its extended syntax contents into an abstract syntax tree (AST).
🔖 Fully support all the rules mentioned in the GFM specification, and has passed almost all test cases created based on the examples in the specification (except the one https://github.github.com/gfm/#example-653, as there is no plan to support native HTML tags in the React Renderer, for the Yozora AST, so I'm a little lazy to do the tag filtering. If you need it, you can do the filtering by yourself).
All codes are written in Typescript, with the guarantee of strictly static type checking.
Eslint and Prettier to constrain coding styles to avoid error-prone problems such as hack syntax and shadow variables.
Tested with Jest, and passed a large number of test cases.
💚 Tidy: No third-party dependencies.
The parsing complexity is the length of source contents multiplied by the number of tokenizers, which has reached the lower bound of theoretical complexity.
The parser API supports streaming read-in (using generators /iterators for input), and supports parsing while read-in (Only block-level data is supported yet).
Carefully handle the array creation / concat operations. To reused the array as much as possible during the entire matching phase, only use the array index to delineate the matching range. And a lot of strategies applied to reduce duplicated matching / parsing operations.
🩹 Compatibility, the parsed syntax tree is compatible with the one defined in [Mdast][mdast-homepage].
Even if some data types are not compatible in the future, it is easy to traverse the AST for adaptation and modification through the API provided in @yozora/ast-util.
🎨 Extendibility, Yozora comes with a plug-in system, which allowed Yozora to schedule the tokenizers through an internal algorithms to complete the parsing tasks.
It's easy to create and integrate custom tokenizers.
All tokenizers can be mounted or unmounted freely.
Some tokenizers of the data types that not mentioned in GFM have been implemented in this repository, such as @yozora/tokenizer-admonition, @yozora/tokenizer-footnote, etc. All of them are built into @yozora/parser in default, you can uninstall them at will, if you don't like it.
@yozora/parser: (Recommended) A Markdown parser with rich built-in tokenizers.
import YozoraParser from '@yozora/parser'
const parser = new YozoraParser()
@yozora/parser-gfm: A Markdown parser that supports GFM specification. Built-in tokenizers that supports all grammars mentioned in GFM specification (excluding the extended grammar mentioned in the specification, such as table).
import GfmParser from '@yozora/parser-gfm'
const parser = new GfmParser()
parser.parse('github flavor markdown contents')
@yozora/parser-gfm-ex: A Markdown parser that supports GFM specification. Built-in tokenizers that supports all grammars mentioned in GFM specification (including the extended grammar mentioned in the specification, such as table).
import GfmExParser from '@yozora/parser-gfm-ex'
const parser = new GfmExParser()
parser.parse('github flavor markdown contents (with gfm extensions enabled)')
How to use yozora with gatsby?
How to implemented custom tokenizer?
Use @yozora/template-tokenizer to create a custom tokenizer with predefined boilerplates.
Check @yozora/core-tokenizer for implementation details of tokenizer.
Check @yozora/jest-for-tokenizer for information about testing the custom tokenizer.
It's also recommended to see the existing tokenizers for referencing.
💬 Contact 📄 License
Yozora is MIT licensed.