We recently had to switch from Gitlab to Bitbucket, and so transferred a wiki along with our project code base.
We used [Mermaid](https://mermaidjs.github.io/) extensively to produce schemas of our project internal processes, and after the transfer the schemas markdown do not seem interpreted properly.
I saw there is a [Mermaid Confluence Plugin](https://marketplace.atlassian.com/apps/1214124/mermaid-plugin-for-confluence?hosting=server&tab=overview), but is there a way to get this support into our Bitbucket wiki ?
Thanks for switching over from Gitlab to Bitbucket and providing feedback on the Bitbucket wiki. Currently, Bitbucket Cloud only supports Markdown (CommonMark). Further information on the markdown may be found at Markdown syntax guide.
The good news is there is a feature request already created to support Mermaid within Bitbucket cloud. You may find this request at Please implement Mermaid markdown live preview. We would suggest voting and watching this request to receive future updates for its status.
While this is not a solution, I hope the information proves helpful and the feature request assists with ensuring your feedback gets to the right place.
Oh, the plugin in the marketplace is broken because Atlassian (now?) requires a REST API endpoint for `installed` and `uninstalled`. The marketplace plugin is served from the static bitbucket.io pages so there's no REST API to hit.
I implemented a CDK stack in AWS which basically creates a dumb endpoint for the installation to hit and blammo it works for us. I also updated the version of the mermaid js library.
At this point it's running internally so I can't make the endpoint/product nor the code public. (I will see about at least open-sourcing this if I ever have some time..)