mdast-lint-url-trailing-slash

    0.1.1 • Public • Published

    mdast-lint-trailing-slash

    This mdast-lint rule was created for free-programming-books-lint to enforce free-programming-books formatting guidelines.

    This rule checks that the host part of a URL has no extra trailing slash. It only applies to links.

    <!-- Invalid -->
     
    [example.com](http://example.com/)
     
    <!-- Valid -->
     
    [example.com](http://example.com)

    Using the rule

    Via .mdastrc

    npm install -g mdast
    npm install -g mdast-lint
    npm install mdast-lint-trailing-slash # local install! 

    Then, set up your .mdastrc:

    {
      "plugins": {
        "mdast-lint": {
          "external": ["mdast-lint-trailing-slash"]
        }
      }
    }

    Now you can use the following command to run the lint:

    mdast --no-stdout xxx.md

    Via CLI

    npm install -g mdast
    npm install -g mdast-lint
    npm install -g mdast-lint-trailing-slash # global install! 
    mdast --no-stdout -u mdast-lint="external:[\"mdast-lint-trailing-slash\"]" xxx.md

    Note that the lint=<lint_options> option only works with mdast >= 1.1.1.

    This README.md is based on this one by @chcokr (MIT).

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    Install

    npm i mdast-lint-url-trailing-slash

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    Version

    0.1.1

    License

    MIT

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