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martor 1.2.5

Django Markdown Editor

martor

Martor is Markdown Editor plugin for Django and new face of DracEditor.

Features

  • Live Preview
  • Integrated with Ace Editor
  • Integrated with Semantic-UI
  • Support Multiple Fields (fixed this issue)
  • Upload Image to imgur.com (via API) and custom uploader.
  • Direct Mention users @[username] - (require user to logged in)
  • Emoji :emoji_name: + Cheat sheets
  • Martor Commands Refference
  • Support Django Admin
  • Toolbar Buttons
  • Highlight pre

Preview

Requirements

  • Django>=1.10.1
  • Markdown>=2.6.7
  • requests>=2.12.4

Installation

Martor is available directly from PyPI:

  1. Installing the package.
$ pip install martor
  1. Don’t forget to add 'martor' to your 'INSTALLED_APPS' setting (without migrations).
# settings.py
INSTALLED_APPS = [
    ....
    'martor',
]
  1. Add url pattern to your urls.py.
# urls.py
urlpatterns = [
    ...
    url(r'^martor/', include('martor.urls')),
]
  1. Collect included some martor static files to your STATIC_ROOT folder.
./manage.py collectstatic

Setting Configurations settings.py

Please register application in https://api.imgur.com/oauth2/addclient to get IMGUR_CLIENT_ID and IMGUR_API_KEY.

# Global martor settings
# Input: string boolean, `true/false`
MARTOR_ENABLE_CONFIGS' = {
    'imgur': 'true',     # to enable/disable imgur/custom uploader.
    'mention': 'false',  # to enable/disable mention
    'jquery': 'true',    # to include/revoke jquery (require for admin default django)
}

# To setup the martor edito with label or not (default is False)
MARTOR_ENABLE_LABEL = False

# Imgur API Keys
MARTOR_IMGUR_CLIENT_ID = 'your-client-id'
MARTOR_IMGUR_API_KEY   = 'your-api-key'

# Safe Mode
MARTOR_MARKDOWN_SAFE_MODE = True # default

# Markdownify
MARTOR_MARKDOWNIFY_FUNCTION = 'martor.utils.markdownify' # default
MARTOR_MARKDOWNIFY_URL = '/martor/markdownify/' # default

# Markdown extensions (default)
MARTOR_MARKDOWN_EXTENSIONS = [
    'markdown.extensions.extra',
    'markdown.extensions.nl2br',
    'markdown.extensions.smarty',
    'markdown.extensions.fenced_code',

    # Custom markdown extensions.
    'martor.extensions.urlize',
    'martor.extensions.del_ins', # ~~strikethrough~~ and ++underscores++
    'martor.extensions.mention', # require for mention
    'martor.extensions.emoji',   # require for emoji
]

# Markdown Extensions Configs
MARTOR_MARKDOWN_EXTENSION_CONFIGS = {}

# Markdown urls
MARTOR_UPLOAD_URL = '/martor/uploader/' # default
MARTOR_SEARCH_USERS_URL = '/martor/search-user/' # default

# Markdown Extensions
MARTOR_MARKDOWN_BASE_EMOJI_URL = 'https://assets-cdn.github.com/images/icons/emoji/' # default
MARTOR_MARKDOWN_BASE_MENTION_URL = 'https://python.web.id/author/' # default (change this)

Check this setting is not set else csrf will not be sent over ajax calls:

CSRF_COOKIE_HTTPONLY = False

Usage

Model

from django.db import models
from martor.models import MartorField

class Post(models.Model):
    description = MartorField()

Form

from django import forms
from martor.fields import MartorFormField

class PostForm(forms.Form):
    description = MartorFormField()

Admin

from django.db import models
from django.contrib import admin

from martor.widgets import AdminMartorWidget

from yourapp.models import YourModel

class YourModelAdmin(admin.ModelAdmin):
    formfield_overrides = {
        models.TextField: {'widget': AdminMartorWidget},
    }

admin.site.register(YourModel, YourModelAdmin)

Template

Simply safe the markdown content as html ouput with loading the templatetags from martor/templatetags/martortags.py.

{% load martortags %}
{{ field_name|safe_markdown }}

# example
{{ post.description|safe_markdown }}

Custom Uploader

If you want to save the images uploaded to your storage, Martor also provide to handle it. Please checkout this WIKI.

Test the Martor from this Repository

I assume you already setup with virtual enviroment (virtualenv).

$ git clone https://github.com/agusmakmun/django-markdown-editor.git
$ cd django-markdown-editor/ && python setup.py install
$ cd martor_demo/
$ python manage.py makemigrations && python manage.py migrate
$ python manage.py runserver

And let checkout at http://127.0.0.1:8000/simple-form/ to your browser.

Martor Commands Refference

Notes

Martor was inspired by great django-markdownx, Python Markdown and Online reStructuredText editor.

 
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