[kramdown-users] [ANN] kramdown 0.7.0 released
Shawn Van Ittersum
svicalifornia at gmail.com
Wed May 19 08:08:46 EDT 2010
Since switching to kramdown 0.7, inline links are no longer being generated:
does not get interpreted. This is obviously a serious issue...
On Fri, 7 May 2010 12:40:20 +0200, Thomas Leitner wrote:
> ## About kramdown
> kramdown (sic, not Kramdown or KramDown, just kramdown) is a *free*
> GPL-licensed [Ruby](http://www.ruby-lang.org) library for parsing a
> superset of Markdown. It is completely written in Ruby, supports
> standard Markdown (with some minor modifications) and various
> extensions that have been made popular by the [PHP Markdown Extra]
> package and [Maruku].
> Homepage for installation instructions and documentation:
> ## kramdown 0.7.0 released
> This release adds syntax support for abbreviations. This means that
> kramdown is now syntax-wise on par with Maruku and PHP Markdown Extra!
> Another big change is the extension support: After some discussion on
> the mailing list (many thanks to Eric Sunshine and Shawn Van Ittersum),
> the syntax for the extensions has been changed and support for custom
> extensions will be dropped in a future release.
> Additionally, the option `auto_ids` has been moved from being
> interpreted by the parser to being interpreted by the converters. This
> means that it is not possible anymore to turn automatic header ID
> generation on or off for parts of a text.
> The HTML and LaTeX converters also gained the ability to generate a
> table of contents. Just add the reference name "toc" to an ordered or
> unordered list and it will be replaced by the ToC (this is
> "coincidentally" the same syntax that Maruku uses...).
> ## Changes
> * Major changes:
> - Added support for PHP Markdown Extra like abbreviations
> - Added support for span extensions
> - New syntax for block/span extensions
> - Added support for generating a table of contents in the HTML and
> LaTeX converters
> * Minor changes:
> - The option `auto_ids` has been moved from the parser to the
> - Invalid span IALs are now removed from the output
> - IALs can now be applied to individual list items by placing the IAL
> directly after the list item marker
> - Added an option for prefixing automatically generated IDs with a
> - Block IALs can now also be put before a block element
> * Bug fixes:
> - Fixed a problem with parsing smart quotes at the beginning of a
> line (reported by Michael Franzl)
> * Deprecation notes:
> - Removed deprecated CLI option `-f`
> - The old extension syntax and support for custom extensions will be
> removed in the next release.
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