[kramdown-users] Implementation of line wrapping a.k.a. lazy syntax

Matt Neuburg matt at tidbits.com
Sat Sep 25 10:52:28 EDT 2010


What I do is download from git and prepend the lib path to $: before doing a require. m.

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On Sep 25, 2010, at 12:53 AM, Shawn Van Ittersum <svicalifornia at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hey guys,
> 
> What's the easiest way to test the gem from Git?  Clone the gem only and 'gem install' it?  Or clone the source and require the specific path of the source clone?
> 
> Shawn
> 
> On Sat, 25 Sep 2010 08:44:40 +0200, Thomas Leitner wrote:
>> On 2010-09-24 12:55 -0700 Matt Neuburg wrote:
>>> On or about 9/22/10 8:40 AM, thus spake "Thomas Leitner"
>>> <t_leitner at gmx.at>:
>>> 
>>>> I have tried to fix all issues I came across when implementing this
>>>> but there may be some edge cases I have overlooked. Therefore
>>>> please test and let me know if you find something that does not
>>>> work at all or as expected!
>>> 
>>> It is very difficult to perform such testing when you do not change
>>> the VERSION between these updates, since the script has no way to
>>> confirm whether it is running against the desired version of
>>> Kramdown. I can fix this by changing the VERSION myself, but it would
>>> be nice, in general, if you would do this at your end.
>> 
>> The code in the repository will become version 0.11.0 whereas the
>> latest released code is version 0.10.0. I.e. lib/kramdown/version.rb
>> on Github has the following code:
>> 
>>    module Kramdown
>> 
>>      # The kramdown version.
>>      VERSION = '0.11.0'
>> 
>>    end
>> 
>> So I have already updated the version number.
>> 
>> -- Thomas
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