This was the last week. I wrote a brief documentation for end users about supported Markdown structures and how a user can make use of it. I also generated the final patch and attached my whole work during these three months for the final review. And yes, I finished the project and met all the goals set at the beginning.
Goodbye Google Summer of Code 2014!
By this week, I finished almost all parts of coding. I resolved linkification conflicts and did some cleanups to the code that I wrote before. I also added documentation to my class (Bugzilla::Markdown).
Since the code is almost done, I generated a final patch and attached it to BMO. I received some comments on my patch from my mentor to revise the code. I then made the modifications accordingly and attached a new patch to BMO.
I continued with my work by adding Github Flavored Markdown feature ‘Fenced Code Blocks’. The commit is available here.
I finished my final exams on Friday and resumed my work on the project afterwards. I incorporated Bugzilla’s linkification procedure into my code. You can see the commit here. I also resolved a conflict of the linkifications done by it. Still, there are some other conflicts that need to be addressed in future commits.
Since I was heavily involved with my exams in these weeks, I could not spend time on the project and unfortunately I did not make any change. However, I occasionally played with my code and tried to find possible defects in it.
I worked on GFM Strikethrough this week. You can see my commit.
This week, I addressed my mentor’s comments on my previous commits. The comments were about some tiny code clean-ups. Also, I manipulated the code to not generate
p tags around output sections.