Brett on 05 May, 2017 11:15 PM
The double bracket wiki syntax isn't markdown, so you'd have to write a script to run as a custom preprocessor that converted them appropriately.
You can drop the parent folder onto marked to display the file being edited, but it will only show one at a time and only the most recently modified.
Note that Marked isn't a full browser and won't provide back/forward navigation when viewing linked files. One option is to generate an index that Marked can recognize (such as GitBook or LeanPub format) and view the whole wiki as a single document.
on 05 May, 2017 11:23 PM
Yes, it's not mark down as such ... it's a wiki (github projects have the
code, and a standard wiki). Please consider it an RFE to handle enough of
the github wiki language (they provide a FOSS library for processing the
text) ... it would be a very nice touch I think.
Brett on 05 May, 2017 11:29 PM
It's not a common enough use case to force on everyone, and the handling of wiki links varies between systems. Writing a preprocessor for marked, though, is as simple as writing a command line script, and you can handle syntax any way you need to.