§ Quick Take

import { strict as assert } from "assert";
import { isJinjaSpecific } from "regex-jinja-specific";

    `<div>{{ '%.2f'|format(3.1415926) }}</div>`

// in case of ambiguous, Nunjucks-or-Jinja code
  isJinjaSpecific().test(`<div>{{ value }}</div>`),

§ Purpose

Nunjucks and Jinja templating languages' syntax is mostly the same. There are certain code patterns which are Jinja-specific, mostly coming from Python functionality. This program, a regex, matches those patterns.

  • Namespaces

    {% set x = namespace(blablabla) %}

  • Backwards pattern

    {{'oodles' if crambles else 'brambles'}}

  • Python digit formatting


Often Python-specific features can be patched to make code render in Nunjucks.

This is not a definite detection tool but rather a minimal, fun attempt to programmatically distinguish between the two languages.



In other words, it's a function which returns a RegExp object.

§ Changelog

See it in the monorepo opens in a new tab, on GitHub.

§ Contributing

To report bugs or request features or assistance, raise an issue on GitHub opens in a new tab.

Any code contributions welcome! All Pull Requests will be dealt promptly.

§ Licence

MIT opens in a new tab

Copyright © 2010–2021 Roy Revelt and other contributors

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