VSCode Markdown Mind Map Preview
Notice: this project is not actively maintained.
New feature requests won't be accepted temporary.
But bugs will be fixed and important pull requests will be merged.
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This extension requires VSCode >=1.49.0.
You can search
josephcz.vscode-markdown-mindmap-preview in the Visual Studio Code Extension Marketplace and install this extension.
Alternatively, you can go to the Visual Studio Marketplace Release Page and click the Install button or Download this extension and install it manually.
Previewing a Mind Map
- Create a markdown file in the VSCode, or open an existed one.
- Click the button on the top bar looks like the mind map, or open the command panel by shortcut keys
Ctrl+Shift+P and type the command
View Mind Map. A mind map preview will shown in the right side of your VSCode editor.
- If you change the content of the markdown file at the left side, changes will sync to the mind map at the right side.
- You can zoom the mind map by scrolling your mouse wheel.
Export the Mind Map to SVG
Currently, we only support exporting the mind map to SVG format. You must start previewing the mind map first before exporting it.
When previewing, open the command panel by shortcut keys
Ctrl+Shift+P and type the
Export Mind Map Svg command. The SVG file will be saved in the same path of your markdown file with the same file name added with the
.svg extension name.
If you run the command again, the previous svg file will be overwritten.
When a file is opened, the
Mind Map From File command can find all markdown title of the document and generate a markdown preveiw.
You can also use the
Copy Title From File command to copy all markdown titles to clipboard.
Reporting Bugs and Suggestions
We use GitHub Issue Page as bug tracer and communition tool.
First, please clone this project:
git clone https://github.com/baobao1270/vscode-markmind.git
Alternatively, you can download zip files on GitHub.
The second step is install dependencies:
Now you can start developing. Press
F5 in VSCode to luanch debugger.
Before release or commiting your code, please check there's no errors in your code:
npm run pretest
If you want to release new package,
vsce package should be globally installed. Install it by:
npm i -g vsce
Then package it:
Finally, you can publish it. Make sure your version string is changed.
Please read CONTRIBUTING.md.
This project is under the MIT License.