Split off Textile into jekyll-textile-converter #3319

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parkr commented Jan 17, 2015

Textile is a marginal piece of our user base and isn't really worth having around in core at this point. In order to continue supporting it in Jekyll 3 and beyond, it's been turned into a plugin: https://github.com/jekyll/jekyll-textile-converter

Fixes #3316 to a certain degree.

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Please review when you have a minute, @alfredxing.

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Please review when you have a minute, @alfredxing.

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Drop Redcloth dependency #3316

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Was merged, but read through the diffs and it looks good to me!

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alfredxing commented Jan 18, 2015

Was merged, but read through the diffs and it looks good to me!

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