Transformer Plugin #1520

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In reference to issue #1509, I wrote an implementation of the Transformer plugins as described in that issue and implemented in https://github.com/PeteMichaud/jekyllpedia/blob/master/_plugins/jekyllpedia.rb (Note: the jekyllpedia thing is only meant as an API reference, the implementation is broken in like 6 ways that I can see off the top of my head, don't use it until I actually write it correctly).

I opted to Transform prior to the liquid conversion (see https://github.com/PeteMichaud/jekyll/compare/transformer#L1R139), because I thought that was probably more powerful than the other way around. Now Transformers can potentially inject or alter the liquid code before that code is rendered to a final page.

Do I need to change things for it to be accepted? Are we waiting until next release cycle to merge this since it's a new feature, or what's the deal? I'd like to stay using the main line of jekyll, but I really need this functionality, so if I could get an idea of if and when this might be accepted and make it into rubygems that would be awesome.

Anything I can do to make this better or to help in any way, let me know.

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mattr- commented Sep 28, 2013

We're still looking at this. We're just really slow sometimes.

On Fri, Sep 27, 2013 at 7:45 PM, Pete Michaud notifications@github.com
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Do I need to change things for it to be accepted? Are we waiting until next release cycle to merge this since it's a new feature, or what's the deal? I'd like to stay using the main line of jekyll, but I really need this functionality, so if I could get an idea of if and when this might be accepted and make it into rubygems that would be awesome.

Anything I can do to make this better or to help in any way, let me know.

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I understand @mattr- thanks for the update 8)

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