Get GitHub File v1.2.2 released

Gets the content of a file from a GitHub repository and outputs using the [github-file] shortcode.

Settings allow default options, such as author, folder, filename to be specified. Additional options to allow the removal or conversion of WordPress headers in readme.txt files.

Available shortcode parameters:

  • account - account on GitHub
  • branch - branch to get file from
  • folder - folder containing the file
  • file - file to get from GitHub repository
  • repository - name of GitHub repository
  • startfrom - text in file to start outputting from (e.g. # Description)
  • htmlastext - 1 to output HTMl as text and 0 to output as HTML
  • shortcodesastext - 1 to output shortcodes as text and 0 to output as shortcode
  • wordpresstitles - remove/ignore/convert

All parameters except repository can be defined as defaults in settings.

Example shortcode usage:

[github-file branch="master" repository="azrcrv-get-github-file"]

Output is in markdown, but use of a plugin such as Markdown by azurecurve can convert this markdown to HTML markup.

This plugin is multisite compatible; settings need to be configured for each site.

:notebook_with_decorative_cover: Changelog

  • Update readme files.
  • update language template.
  • Fix bug with azurecurve menu.

:arrow_down: Download

Download from Github to manually install; if you already have the plugin installed, an update will be available in the admin dashboard.

:man_juggling:: Support

If you have any problems to log or features to request, contact me via the Plugin Support Forum or you can log an issue via the Github repo.

:bulb: Issues/Ideas

I’m keen to resolve any issues and happy to consider functionality requests, so please get in touch if you want to report a problem or ask for new functionality.

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