|From:||Jan Michálek <godzilalalala(at)gmail(dot)com>|
|To:||Fabien COELHO <coelho(at)cri(dot)ensmp(dot)fr>|
|Cc:||PostgreSQL mailing lists <pgsql-hackers(at)postgresql(dot)org>|
|Subject:||Re: Other formats in pset like markdown, rst, mediawiki|
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2017-04-19 9:18 GMT+02:00 Fabien COELHO <coelho(at)cri(dot)ensmp(dot)fr>:
> I still do not understand "why" this variant vs CommonMark or whatever
>>> other version.
>> Because of simply implementation and readability (looks similar to aligned
>> format) and it is comfortable to edit generated table (changing values,
>> aligning columns etc.).
> Hmmm. Why not.
> Sorry, maybe I`m not understanding, there is problems with characters like
>> pipe in cells, pipe should be escaped. What other special markdown
>> characters? Escaping html code in cells?
> Markdown include characters/sequences which are interpreted as markers:
> _Italic_, **Bold**, *** => horizontal rules, > block quote... `inline
> code`... If they are interpreted within a table cell then probably they
> should be escaped somehow.
I`m able to sanitize characters, but complex sequences will be problem. I
will look on this, but I don`t know, if I`m able to do this.
My main interest on this was in rst. I`m using markdown only in github
issues and my knowldge about md is poor.
> Main of the functionality is used from aligned format. I tested returned
>>>> tables in retext and it works. If i have another character than standart
>>>> pipe, it shouldn`t work.
>>>> Sure. ISTM that you are currently using U+2502 instead of pipe, hence my
>> Could you send me example where?
> I already did in the first mail with the example output copy pasted from
> psql. Some characters are pipe and others are BOX DRAWINGS LIGHT VERTICAL
> Maybe this is because I have in my ~/.psqlrc:
> \pset linestyle unicode
> \pset border 2
> in which case your reuse of the the aligned stuff should take care of the
> border setting to avoid using special UTF8 characters..
Yes, it looks it is done by linestyle.
jelen=# SELECT 1;
| ?column? |
| 1 |
jelen=# \pset linestyle unicode
Line style is unicode.
jelen=# SELECT 1;
│ ?column? │
│ 1 │
I have prepared linestyle for rst and md, but I can`t switch linestyle
outside, because if i did it
wrote "markdown" or "rst".
I see, problem is only in cells borders, I will correct this.
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