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Generalize Utils#slugify for any scripts #3047

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karouf commented Oct 31, 2014

Instead of keeping only characters a to z and 0 to 9 plus the hyphen, it replaces any non-alphanumeric glyphs by an hyphen and generally follows the same rules as before. But it supports Unicode characters.
As far as I can tell, Unicode in regexp is supported from Ruby 1.9 onwards so it shouldn't be too much of a problem with Ruby 1.8 not being supported anymore.

This PR is there to show what I meant when commenting on #2965. I added a few tests that I could think of, please tell me if we can make it more complete.

Generalize Utils#slugify for any scripts
It replaces any non alphanumeric glyphs by an hyphen.

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parkr Oct 31, 2014


Re-running the tests that failed, as their failures were inexplicable.

This relates to #2918 and #2965.


parkr commented Oct 31, 2014

Re-running the tests that failed, as their failures were inexplicable.

This relates to #2918 and #2965.

@parkr parkr merged commit 612eb73 into jekyll:master Dec 29, 2014

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