Kramdown 0.13.1 released

About kramdown

kramdown (sic, not Kramdown or KramDown, just kramdown) is a free
GPL-licensed Ruby 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:
http://kramdown.rubyforge.org

kramdown 0.13.1 released

The focus of this release was bringing kramdown one step closer to the
1.0 release. The API hasn’t changed, so this is a drop-in replacement
for the previous version of kramdown.

If you think that

  • kramdown is still missing an important syntax found in another
    Markdown implementation,
  • the API doesn’t feel right,
  • or anything else is missing or should be changed for the 1.0 release,

please tell us so by writing to [email protected]!

Changes

  • 3 minor changs:

    • The LaTeX converter now inserts \hypertarget commands for all
      elements that have an ID set. The normal link syntax can be used to
      link to such targets (requested by David Doolin)
    • New option smart_quotes for specifying how smart quotes should be
      output (requested by Michael Franzl)
    • Any character except a closing bracket is now valid as link
      identifier (this makes this part of the kramdown syntax compatible
      to Markdown syntax)
  • 10 bug fixes:

    • Fixed error when parsing unknown named entities (reported by David
      Doolin)
    • Added entity definitions for entities  ,   and
        (patch by Damien Pollet)
    • Block HTML line was incorrectly recognized as table line (reported
      by Piotr S.)
    • Fixed bug RF#28809: Empty <a> tags are were output as self-closed
      tags (reported by Tim Cuthbertson)
    • Fixed bug RF#28785: Name of default template in documentation for
      template option was false (reported by Matthew Bennink)
    • Fixed bug RF#28769: span extension in list item wrongly triggered
      list item IAL parser (reported by Yann Esposito)
    • The table row parser has been fixed so that it does not use pipes
      which appear in <code> tags as cell separators anymore (like it
      is done with the native code span syntax)
    • Fixed bug where converting <em> and <strong> tags to native
      elements was wrongly done
    • Fixed calculation of cell alignment values when converting HTML
      tables to native ones, <col/> tags are now correctly used
    • HTML Tables are now only converted to native tables if all table
      rows have the same number of columns.
  • 1 deprecation note:

    • Removed deprecated option toc_depth – use the option
      toc_levels instead.

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