./textproc/ruby-kramdown, Pure-Ruby Markdown-superset parser and converter

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 1.15.0, Package name: ruby23-kramdown-1.15.0, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

kramdown is yet-another-markdown-parser but fast, pure Ruby, using a strict
syntax definition and supporting several common extensions.

kramdown was originally licensed under the GPL until the 1.0.0
release. However, due to the many requests it is now released under the
MIT license and therefore can easily be used in commercial projects, too.

Required to run:

Master sites:

SHA1: eb07230d0d1c07e221f02c3aee405bc7b0e58e47
RMD160: 5f0e8b26932baf46d10b8a0d6f6af26aa8b935ee
Filesize: 244.5 KB

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   2017-09-10 18:07:39 by Takahiro Kambe | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
Update ruby-kramdown to 1.15.0.

kramdown 1.15.0 released (2017/09/08)

The most important change is that this release drops compatibility with Ruby
versions < 2.0!  Aside from that it includes some bug fixes, so updating is


o 2 minor changes:

  * Drop compatibility with Ruby versions < 2.0
  * Make footnote output XML compatible (requested by Kriss Andsten)

o 4 bug fixes:

  * Apply abbreviation substitution to footnotes (fixes #440, reported by
    Thomas Leese)
  * Fix TOC entries by removing nested links (fixes #434, reported by Nate
  * Fix problems with brackets in certain situations when using the LaTeX
    converter (fixes #414, reported by Ryan Koppenhaver)
  * Fix escaping of URLs in the LaTeX converter (reported by Moshe Kamensky in
    pull request #67)

kramdown 1.14.0 released (2017/06/26)

This release adds support for rouge 2.x and fixes some minor issues - updating
is recommended.


o 2 minor changes:

* Adapt syntax highlighter for rouge to support version 1.x and 2.x (pull
  request #413 by Hirofumi Wakasugi)
* Alias Kramdown::Converter::HashAST to Kramdown::Converter::HashAst so that
  the convenience method on Kramdown::Document works (fixes #435, requested by
  Hirofumi Wakasugi)

o 1 bug fix:

* Fix problem with GFM header ID generation when << or >> is used \ 
(reported by
  Parker Moore)
   2017-09-04 20:08:31 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (163)
Log message:
Follow some redirects.
   2017-03-20 16:31:18 by Takahiro Kambe | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
Update ruby-kramdownto 1.13.2.

kramdown 1.13.2 released				2017/01/07

This release fixes some minor issues - updating is recommended.


3 bug fixes:

* Fix footnote link spacing to use non-breaking space (pull request #399 by
  Martyn Chamberlin)

* Show warning for unreferenced footnote definitions (fixes #400 reported by
  Kyle Barbour)

* Fix test cases with respect to Ruby 2.4 (fixes #401 reported by Connor Shea)

kramdown 1.13.1 released				2016/11/25

This release fixes the GFM header ID generation for more cases, updating is
very recommended.


1 bug fix:

* Fix GFM header ID generation when code spans, math elements, entities,
  typographic symbols or smart quotes are used (fixes #391 reported by Nick

kramdown 1.13.0 released				2016/11/20

The biggest change in this release is the introduction of a converter for man
pages. Although there already exist two solutions (ronn and kramdown-man),
both are not completely satisfactory:

* Ronn doesn't use standard Markdown syntax for all elements.
* kramdown-man only converts a subset of the available element types.

The new man page converter uses standard kramdown syntax and supports nearly
all element types, including tables.

This release also brings some enhancements for the GFM parser. One thing to
note is that the header ID generation is now more compatible to GFM which also
means that some IDs will be different - so check the documents on which you
use the GFM parser, especially when you are using Jekyll or Github Pages.

Organizational-wise, issues and pull requests on Github that pertain to
feature requests have been closed and are now tracked through a dedicated
kramdown project on Github.


4 minor changes:

* Add new converter for man pages
* Header ID generation for the GFM parser is now more compatible to GFM (fixes
  #267, requested by chadpowers)
* Update to the MathJax math engine to allow formatting the preview as code /
  pre > code (pull request #372 by Florian Klampfer)
* Allow tabs in table separator lines (pull request #370 by Shuanglei Tao)

2 bug fixes:

* Compactly nested lists are now handled correctly after fixing a bug in
  indentation detection (fixes #368 reported by Christopher Brown)
* GFM parser: Allow indenting the delimiting lines of fenced code blocks for
  better GFM compatibility (pull request #369 by Shuanglei Tao)

2 other fixes and enhancements:

* Added information on how to run tests to README.md (fixes #377 reported by
  Aron Griffis)
* Added information about how to use KaTeX with the MathJax math engine (fixes
  #292 reported by Adrian Sieber, information by Dato Sim«Ñ)
   2016-10-18 16:34:01 by Takahiro Kambe | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
Update ruby-kramdown to 1.12.0.

kramdown 1.12.0 released		Published on Monday, 15 August 2016

This release features two enhancements for definition lists:

1. IALs can now be applied to definition terms:

	{:.classy} term
	: and its definition

2. IDs for definition terms can now be created automatically (similar to
   header IDs) and optionally assigned a prefix:

	: definition

	: definition


	: definition

	: definition

   Furthermore, compatibility of the GFM parser has been improved in regards
   to list/blockquotes/codeblocks that are used directly after a paragraph
   (i.e. without a blank line).


* 4 minor change:

  - Allow using an IAL for definition terms (<dt>) as is already possible with
    definitions themselves (<dd>)
  - Added automatic generation of IDs (with optional prefix) for terms of
    definition lists (fixes #355, requested by Greg Wilson)
  - Removed obfuscation for e-mail links (fixes #343, requested by Anton
  - New option ¡Ægfm_quirks¡Ç for enabling/disabling parsing differences of
    the GFM parser with respect to the kramdown parser

* 4 bug fixes:

  - Added support for HTML5 element <main> (fixes #334, reported by
    Jean-Michel Lacroix)
  - Fixed math element output for HTML converter when no math engine is set
    (fixes #342, reported by Adrian Sampson)
  - Fixed problem when using custom HTML formatter for syntax highlighter
    rouge (fixes #356, patch by Alexey Vasiliev)
  - Better compatibility with GFM when lists/blockquotes/codeblocks are used
    directly after a paragraph (fixes #336 (reported by Shuanglei Tao), #359
    (reported by Matti Schneider) via the patch #358 by Shuanglei Tao)

* 3 other fixes and enhancements:

  - Added some more examples for how list indentation works (fixes #353,
    requested by Robbert Brak)
  - Using RbConfig instead of deprecated Config for determining data directory
    (fixes #345, patch by C«±dric Boutillier)
  - JRuby is now also tested via TravisCI (fixes #363, patch by Shuanglei Tao)

kramdown 1.11.1 released		Published on Sunday, 01 May 2016

This release fixes an emphasis parsing regression introduced in the last


* 1 bug fix:

  - Fixed emphasis parsing regression (fixes #333, reported by Marcus

kramdown 1.11.0 released		Published on Sunday, 01 May 2016

This release fixes some bugs and includes one minor change in regards to HTML
syntax highlighting.


* 1 minor change:

  - The syntax highlighting language is now always included in the output as
    class name even if a syntax highlighter is used (fixes #328, requested by

* 3 bug fixes:

  - Fixed the GFM fenced code block parser to correctly split a provided
    highlighter name into language name and options parts
  - Fixed problem with underscores being processed even if inside a word
    (fixes #323, reported by Haruki Kirigaya)
  - Fixed HTML/XML parser to correctly, case sensitively parse XML (fixes
    #310, reported by cabo)

* 2 other fixes:

  - Updated copyright year (fixes #331, reported by Oscar Bj«Órkman)
  - Updated supported Ruby version on installation page (reported by cabo)
   2016-03-15 16:43:28 by Takahiro Kambe | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
Update ruby-kramdown to 1.10.0.

kramdown 1.10.0 released

This release brings the usual bug fixes but also support for the strikethrough
syntax in the GFM parser as well as some enhancements regarding the
specification of language names for syntax highlighting purposes.


* 4 minor changes:

  o Support for the math-engine MathJax-Node was updated to use the new
    mathjax-node package (fixes #313, pull request by Tom Thorogood)

  o URL query parameters can now be appended to language names specified in
    fenced code blocks if the syntax highlighting engine accepts them (fixes

  o Added strikethrough syntax to the GFM parser (fixes #184 and #307; initial
    pull request by Diego Galeota, updated by Parker Moore)

  o Allow almost all characters in class names that are defined via a special
    syntax (fixes #318, requested by cabo)

* 4 bug fixes:

  o Fixed a problem where Kramdown::Document.new would only accept the symbol
    :input but not the string ¡Æinput¡Ç as valid key (fixes #312, pull request
    by Sun Yaozhu)

  o Fixed inconsistent behavior: Empty link text is now also allowed for
    normal links, not just images (fixes #305, reported by cabo)

  o The HTML5 <mark> element is now recognized as span level element (fixes
    #298, reported by Niclas Darville)

  o Fixed problem where e-mail autolinks containing an underscore character
    were not correctly recognized (fixes #293, reported by erikse)

* 3 other fixes:

  o Fixed missing package update statement for Travis (by Parker Moore)

  o Add some more documentation regarding MathJax (fixes #296, pull request by
    Christopher Jefferson)

  o Fixed bad link in API documentation (fixes #315, reported by Tom MacWright)
   2015-12-11 22:29:27 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
Remove unnecessary FILES_SUBST, already in there. Noted by taca.
   2015-12-11 12:46:31 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
   2015-11-04 03:00:17 by Alistair G. Crooks | Files touched by this commit (797)
Log message:
Add SHA512 digests for distfiles for textproc category

Problems found locating distfiles:
	Package cabocha: missing distfile cabocha-0.68.tar.bz2
	Package convertlit: missing distfile clit18src.zip
	Package php-enchant: missing distfile php-enchant/enchant-1.1.0.tgz

Otherwise, existing SHA1 digests verified and found to be the same on
the machine holding the existing distfiles (morden).  All existing
SHA1 digests retained for now as an audit trail.