9 and numbers ending in 9 would end with "IXIV." Thanks to Jesse Rosenthal. Closes #1249.
Otherwise we have problems with integers being rendered with decimal points.
This fixes a bug in parsing of script tags. See #1248.
Docbook output of Line Blocks
Org reader: Add support for figures
This relies on Template Haskell, which causes problems in Windows due to libraries with C dependencies. We need to avoid using TH in pandoc code.
These are primarily aimed at testing the new treatment of line breaks, but hopefully other tests can be added more easily now as features and changes are implemented in the writer. Adapted from Tests.Writers.HTML.tests.
* Use a <literallayout> for the entire paragraph, not just for the newline character * Don't let LineBreaks inside footnotes influence the enclosing paragraph
Test output files should be exactly as defined with regard to trailing whitespace. This keeps editorconfig from breaking those files.
Linebreaks are marked by the string `\\` at the end of a line.
Hard linebreaks in Org mode are represented by the string "\\" as the last characters in a line. Adds this feature to the Org-mode writer.
Support for figures (images with name and caption) is added.
Thanks to aaronwolen.
Thanks to Garrick Aden-Buie for the patch.
Previously these were treated as inline, and included in paragraph tags in HTML or DocBook output, which is generally not what is wanted. Closes #1233.
Org reader: Fix parsing of sub-/superscript expressions
This fixes the org-reader's handling of sub- and superscript expressions. Simple expressions (like `2^+10`), expressions in parentheses (`a_(n+1)`) and nested sexp (like `a_(nested()parens)`) are now read correctly.
Org reader: Support more inline/display math variants
HLint's recommendations for better code are applied to the Org-mode reader code.
Support all of the following variants as valid ways to define inline or display math inlines: - `\[..\]` (display) - `$$..$$` (display) - `\(..\)` (inline) - `$..$` (inline) This closes #1223. Again.
For some reason hsb2hs was not found, even though it was built.
Force failure of a Travis build if GHC produces warnings