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Ruby 1.9 compatibility for syntax highlighting #65

assaf opened this Issue Jun 30, 2009 · 3 comments


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assaf commented Jun 30, 2009

In jekyll/tags/highlight.rb, lines 24-30 attempt to join array into string by calling super.to_s (in two places). In Ruby 1.8 the call to to_s is the same as join, in 1.9 it's the same as inspect.

Fixed by changing to_s to join:

def render(context)
  if context.registers[:site].pygments
    render_pygments(context, super.join)
    render_codehighlighter(context, super.join)

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solson commented Dec 29, 2009

+1, I'm on Ruby 1.9.1 and the fix you described (changing to_s to join in those two places) fixed highlighting completely. :)


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beastaugh commented Jan 12, 2010

This patch worked for me too. ruby -v output:

ruby 1.9.1p376 (2009-12-07 revision 26041) [i386-darwin10.2.0]

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mojombo commented Jan 14, 2010

fix highlighting on ruby 1.9. closed by ba77a02

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