Personal implementation of Gitbook in Rust
This is still a work in progress...
For more information about what is left on my to-do list, check the issue tracker
An example of a "book" generated by mdBook can be found here: http://azerupi.github.io/mdBook/
Contributions are highly apreciated. Here are some ideas:
- Create new renderers, at the moment I have only created a renderer that uses handlebars, pulldown-cmark and renders to html. But you could create a renderer that uses another template engine, markdown parser or even outputs to another format like pdf.
- Add tests I have not much experience in writing tests, all help to write meaningful tests is thus very welcome
- write documentation documentation can always be improved
- Smaller tasks I try to add a lot of the remaining tasks on the issue tracker with the label:
Enhancement. Just pick one that looks interesting. The majority of the tasks are small enough to be tackled by people who are unfamiliar with the project.
If you have an idea for improvement, create a new issue. Or a pull request if you can :)
If you run
mdbook init in a directory, it will create a couple of folders and files you can start with.
This is the strucutre it creates at the moment:
book-test/ ├── book └── src ├── chapter_1.md └── SUMMARY.md
src are both directories.
src contains the markdown files that will be used to render the ouput to the
You can also pass a directory to
mdbook init to use instead of the current directory:
mdbook init path/to/my/book
Not implemented yet: using
--theme flag will create a theme folder with the default theme in
src so that you can customize it.
mdbook build in the directory to render the book. You can also give a path as argument to use instead of the current directory.
Aside the command-line tool, this crate can also be used as a library.
All the code is released under the Mozilla Public License v2.0, for more information take a look at the LICENSE file