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Liquid error: uninitialized constant Jekyll::Filters::RedCloth #183

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beausmith opened this Issue Jun 24, 2010 · 1 comment

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beausmith commented Jun 24, 2010

When using the textile filter in a template (to modify YAML Front Matter) like this:

{{ post.summary | textilize }}

I get the following error:

Liquid error: uninitialized constant Jekyll::Filters::RedCloth

Requiring RedCloth in lib/jekyll/filters.rb caused the error no more.

    def textilize(input)
+    require 'RedCloth'
      RedCloth.new(input).to_html
    end

When pushing code to github pages repo, this error doesn't exist.

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mojombo commented Jun 25, 2010

Ensure that RedCloth is loaded when textilize filter is used. Closed by b9cea8a521606db1df604785a426f41bd82ef08b.

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pointblack pushed a commit to pointblack/jekyll that referenced this issue Feb 3, 2018

Don't use rems for media queries
Turns out it is a known bug that rem units in media queries causes
webkit to go crazy, so this fixes that.

Closes jekyll#183
Closes jekyll#179

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