We’re using Gitlab as part of our document storage and requirements management process.
I have a markdown document that has images (flow diagrams etc.) in it that’s been committed to Gitlab. In this document, these images are stored in a local ./images folder. I’d like for this document to be a central diagram repository that captures all features and implementations for all projects (we’re reusing things across projects and customers).
I have a second markdown document(s) that’s designed to be the reference point for a specific project(s). To avoid duplication of diagrams (and if a diagram changes, I’d like it to carry through all documents and projects), I was hoping to use the permalink for an image (committed in the first markdown document) in Gitlab in the second document. When viewing the document in Gitlab, this works fine and I see the image rendered correctly. However when editing in Typora I get image errors, which carry through to exported documents.
I think this may be because images are only accessible via URL if you’ve got a Gitlab account (and we’ve also got 2 factor set up on the project) - does anyone know of any workaround? Are there other editors from Typora that could do something similar? Currently the best we’ve got is to link each image as a URL rather than embedding it and if we need to generate a document to go externally, manually copy the images in…
Don’t think this is a duplicate, haven’t found any other topics that are simila!
Really appreciate the help!