Disable autolinks inside codeblock in markdown view
In wikipages and markdown viewer, links inside codeblock are converted to a-tags, and protocol is removed. For example: `sudo add-apt-repository -y "deb http://openresty.org/package/ubuntu $(lsb_release -sc) main"` --> sudo add-apt-repository -y "deb openresty.org/package/ubuntu $(lsb_release -sc) main". This makes writing documentation hard.
This feature has been annoying before, but now it has become unbearable.
Previously every part of the documentation which had full URL defined. For example, http://localhost/, was automatically shortened to a link localhost.
This is an issue, if you have configuration which requires the full URL to be defined. Autolinking also caused issue when references to certain files (my_script.sh my_pyscript.py) were written into
documentation, as the files were automatically shown as links, this was annoying but still not causing issues (except when the link was clicked).
Now the issue with configuration examples is gone, as the URLs are shown completely. However now every reference to a file or a package is completly ruined by adding "http://" before the filename.
The issue seems to be the way how link is determinated. After testing I noticed that the autolink seems use top level domains (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Internet_top-level_domains).
Please remove the autolink completely or set it to use only full URLs.
It is possbile to avoid autolinks by using zero width space (​), but currently this does not work with the code snippets.
I agree! Writing a nice README.md into repository and finding it totally broken is super annoying!
Even following example:
$ qmake example.pro
$ qmake http://example.pro