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Project:remarkjs/remark-lint

Package:remark-lint-no-consecutive-blank-lines@1.0.3

  1. Dependencies:5·Dependents:13
  2. remark-lint rule to warn for too many consecutive blank lines
  1. remark 165
  2. lint 70
  3. rule 64
  4. blank 2

remark-lint-no-consecutive-blank-lines

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Warn for too many consecutive blank lines. Knows about the extra line needed between a list and indented code, and two lists.

Fix

remark-stringify always uses one blank line between blocks if possible, or two lines when needed.

See Using remark to fix your Markdown on how to automatically fix warnings for this rule.

Presets

This rule is included in the following presets:

PresetSetting
remark-preset-lint-markdown-style-guide

Example

valid.md
In

Note: represents a line feed.

Foo...
␊
...Bar.
Out

No messages.

valid-for-code.md
In

Note: represents a line feed.

Paragraph.

*   List
␊
␊
    bravo();
Out

No messages.

empty-document.md
Out

No messages.

invalid.md
In

Note: represents a line feed.

Foo...
␊
␊
...Bar
␊
␊
Out
4:1: Remove 1 line before node
4:7: Remove 2 lines after node

Install

npm:

npm install remark-lint-no-consecutive-blank-lines

Use

You probably want to use it on the CLI through a config file:

 ...
 "remarkConfig": {
   "plugins": [
     ...
     "lint",
+    "lint-no-consecutive-blank-lines",
     ...
   ]
 }
 ...

Or use it on the CLI directly

remark -u lint -u lint-no-consecutive-blank-lines readme.md

Or use this on the API:

 var remark = require('remark');
 var report = require('vfile-reporter');

 remark()
   .use(require('remark-lint'))
+  .use(require('remark-lint-no-consecutive-blank-lines'))
   .process('_Emphasis_ and **importance**', function (err, file) {
     console.error(report(err || file));
   });

Contribute

See contributing.md in remarkjs/.github for ways to get started. See support.md for ways to get help.

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License

MIT © Titus Wormer