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resolves #522 support HTML5 attribute values not in quotes #523

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@gettalong gettalong self-assigned this Jun 10, 2018

@gettalong gettalong merged commit acf3f48 into gettalong:master Jun 10, 2018

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gettalong commented Jun 10, 2018

Looks good to me! I have merged your changes and updated the syntax documentation.

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mojavelinux commented Nov 5, 2018

Thanks @gettalong!

@mojavelinux mojavelinux deleted the mojavelinux:issue-522-unquoted-html5-attrs branch Nov 5, 2018

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choldgraf commented Jan 9, 2019

Hey all - I'm curious if there is any plans at cutting a new release of Kramdown in the future? We've run into this bug for use w/ a Jekyll website (https://github.com/choldgraf/jupyter-book/issues/72) and would love to see it in a released version! No hurry, just trying to get an idea for what kind of timing to expect :-)

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mojavelinux commented Jan 10, 2019

I would also be interested in a release, when time permits. Thanks!

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gettalong commented Jan 12, 2019

@choldgraf @mojavelinux I'm in the process of cleaning the repo/moving stuff to the new kramdown org; release maybe this weekend, otherwise probably some time next week.

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