Instead of using filters, is there a way to hook jekyll into the html-pipeline? It would make writing filters nicer :).
I'm opening this issue to start a discussion.
I closed this issue because it's a bit old and it doesn't seem like a useful enough feature. I'd be happy to reconsider if you can show me some code and further explain why it's helpful to have!
So Jekyll has all these content filters. Github released the html-pipeline which does the same thing + more. It's not really a feature so much as delegating to an existing framework for rendering HTML.