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As I write posts in Spanish using Jekyll, I must use special characters like á é í ó ú…
They work in normal paragraph, but they don't show correctly inside <pre> tags.
I attach a pic of the problem. Thanks for your help.
PS: they're not working neither in the automatic ids assigned to headings.
I think I've fixed both issues in the Git version (I haven't released it yet) - could you try it out and let me know?
Sorry to be so newbie, but where could I find that version to download it?
In your Gemfile, add this line:
gem 'maruku', :git => 'http://github.com/bhollis/maruku'
I downloaded the git version and found out that I was using that version before, as I did update my maruku version yesterday with the contents of this repo.
It keeps not working.
OK problems with pre tags are fixed in v0.6.1, but I'm still having problems with id's on v0.6.1.
New Git version has both errors.
The ID generation behavior is intentional - it matches other Markdown implementations by dripping non-ASCII characters.
Wait, you said the latest from git also has problems with pre tags? I'll write a test.
Yes, it does.
Thanks for your help, I really appreciate.
Add a pending spec for issue #79
OK, I've verified the problem and have added a failing spec. This is targeted to be fixed in the next release.
As a workaround, consider using indented code block instead of raw <pre> tags - they correctly preserve your text.
OK, I'll try.
For whatever it's worth, this was fixed here.
Fix is now on trunk.