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@jgm jgm released this Jul 17, 2016 · 6528 commits to master since this release

  • Added Zim Wiki writer, template and tests. zimwiki is now a valid output format. (Alex Ivkin)
  • Changed email-obfuscation default to no obfuscation (#2988).
  • writerEmailObfuscation in defaultWriterOptions is now NoObfuscation.
  • the default for the command-line --email-obfuscation option is now none.
  • Docbook writer: Declare xlink namespace in Docbook5 output (Ivo Clarysse).
  • Org writer:
  • Support arbitrary raw inlines (Albert Krewinkel). Org mode allows arbitrary raw inlines ("export snippets" in Emacs parlance) to be included as @@format:raw foreign format text@@.
  • Improve Div handling (Albert Krewinkel). Div blocks handling is changed to make the output look more like idiomatic org mode:
    - Div-wrapped content is output as-is if the div's attribute is the null attribute.
    - Div containers with an id but neither classes nor key-value pairs are unwrapped and the id is added as an anchor.
    - Divs with classes associated with greater block elements are wrapped in a #+BEGIN...#+END block.
    - The old behavior for Divs with more complex attributes is kept.
  • HTML writer: Better support for raw LaTeX environments (#2758). Previously we just passed all raw TeX through when MathJax was used for HTML math. This passed through too much. With this patch, only raw LaTeX environments that MathJax can handle get passed through. This patch also causes raw LaTeX environments to be treated as math, when possible, with MathML and WebTeX output.
  • Markdown writer: use raw HTML for simple, pipe tables with linebreaks (#2993). Markdown line breaks involve a newline, and simple and pipe tables can't contain one.
  • Make --webtex work with the Markdown writer (#1177). This is a convenient option for people using websites whose Markdown flavors don't provide for math.
  • Docx writer:
  • Set paragraph to FirstPara after display math (Jesse Rosenthal). We treat display math like block quotes, and apply FirstParagraph style to paragraphs that follow them. These can be styled as the user wishes. (But, when the user is using indentation, this allows for paragraphs to continue after display math without indentation.)
  • Use actual creation time as doc prop (Jesse Rosenthal). Previously, we had used the user-supplied date, if available, for Word's document creation metadata. This could lead to weird results, as in cases where the user post-dates a document (so the modification might be prior to the creation). Here we use the actual computer time to set the document creation.
  • LaTeX writer:
  • Don't URI-escape image source (#2825). Usually this is a local file, and replacing spaces with %20 ruins things.
  • Allow 'standout' as a beamer frame option (#3007). ## Slide title {.standout}.
  • RST reader: Fixed links with no explicit link text. The link ``_ should have `foo` as both its link text and its URL. See RST spec at Closes Debian #828167 -- reported by Christian Heller.
  • Textile reader:
  • Fixed attributes (#2984). Attributes can't be followed by a space. So, _(class)emph_ but _(noclass) emph_.
  • Fixed exponential parsing bug (#3020).
  • Fix overly aggressive interpretation as images (#2998). Spaces are not allowed in the image URL in textile.
  • LaTeX reader:
  • Fix \cite so it is a NormalCitation not AuthorInText.
  • Strip off double quotes around image source if present (#2825). Avoids interpreting these as part of the literal filename.
  • Org reader:
  • Add semicolon to list of special chars (Albert Krewinkel) Semicolons are used as special characters in citations syntax. This ensures the correct parsing of Pandoc-style citations: [prefix; @key; suffix]. Previously, parsing would have failed unless there was a space or other special character as the last character.
  • Add support for "Berkeley-style" cites (Albert Krewinkel, #1978). A specification for an official Org-mode citation syntax was drafted by Richard Lawrence and enhanced with the help of others on the orgmode mailing list. Basic support for this citation style is added to the reader.
  • Support arbitrary raw inlines (Albert Krewinkel). Org mode allows arbitrary raw inlines ("export snippets" in Emacs parlance) to be included as @@format:raw foreign format text@@.
  • Remove partial functions (Albert Krewinkel, #2991). Partial functions like head lead to avoidable errors and should be avoided. They are replaced with total functions.
  • Support figure labels (Albert Krewinkel, #2496, #2999). Figure labels given as #+LABEL: thelabel are used as the ID of the respective image. This allows e.g. the LaTeX to add proper \label markup.
  • Improve tag and properties type safety (Albert Krewinkel). Specific newtype definitions are used to replace stringly typing of tags and properties. Type safety is increased while readability is improved.
  • Parse as headlines, convert to blocks (Albert Krewinkel). Emacs org-mode is based on outline-mode, which treats documents as trees with headlines are nodes. The reader is refactored to parse into a similar tree structure. This simplifies transformations acting on document (sub-)trees.
  • Refactor comment tree handling (Albert Krewinkel). Comment trees were handled after parsing, as pattern matching on lists is easier than matching on sequences. The new method of reading documents as trees allows for more elegant subtree removal.
  • Support archived trees export options (Albert Krewinkel). Handling of archived trees can be modified using the arch option. Archived trees are either dropped, exported completely, or collapsed to include just the header when the arch option is nil, non-nil, or headline, respectively.
  • Put export setting parser into module (Albert Krewinkel). Export option parsing is distinct enough from general block parsing to justify putting it into a separate module.
  • Support headline levels export setting (Albert Krewinkel). The depths of headlines can be modified using the H option. Deeper headlines will be converted to lists.
  • Replace ugly code with view pattern (Albert Krewinkel). Some less-than-smart code required a pragma switching of overlapping pattern warnings in order to compile seamlessly. Using view patterns makes the code easier to read and also doesn't require overlapping pattern checks to be disabled.
  • Fix parsing of verbatim inlines (Albert Krewinkel, #3016). Org rules for allowed characters before or after markup chars were not checked for verbatim text. This resultet in wrong parsing outcomes of if the verbatim text contained e.g. space enclosed markup characters as part of the text (=is_substr = True=). Forcing the parser to update the positions of allowed/forbidden markup border characters fixes this.
  • LaTeX template: fix for obscure hyperref/xelatex issue. Here's a minimal case:

Without this change, this fails on the second invocation of xelatex. This affects inputs this like # %á with pdf output via xelatex.

  • trypandoc: call results 'html' instead of 'result'. This is for better compatibility with babelmark2.
  • Document MultiMarkdown as input/output format (Albert Krewinkel, #2973). MultiMarkdown was only mentioned as a supported Markdown dialect but not as a possible input or output format. A brief mention is added everywhere the other supported markdown dialects are mentioned.
  • Document Org mode as a format containing raw HTML (Albert Krewinkel) Raw HTML is kept when the output format is Emacs Org mode.
  • Implement RawInline and RawBlock in sample lua custom writer (#2985).
  • Text.Pandoc.Shared:
  • Introduce blocksToInlines function (Jesse Rosenthal). This is a lossy function for converting [Block] -> [Inline]. Its main use, at the moment, is for docx comments, which can contain arbitrary blocks (except for footnotes), but which will be converted to spans. This is, at the moment, pretty useless for everything but the basic Para and Plain comments. It can be improved, but the docx reader should probably emit a warning if the comment contains more than this.
  • Add BlockQuote to blocksToInlines (Jesse Rosenthal).
  • Add further formats for normalizeDate (Jesse Rosenthal). We want to avoid illegal dates -- in particular years with greater than four digits. We attempt to parse series of digits first as %Y%m%d, then %Y%m, and finally %Y.
  • normalizeDate should reject illegal years (Jesse Rosenthal). We only allow years between 1601 and 9999, inclusive. The ISO 8601 actually says that years are supposed to start with 1583, but MS Word only allows 1601-9999. This should stop corrupted word files if the date is out of that range, or is parsed incorrectly.
  • Improve year sanity check in normalizeDate (Jesse Rosenthal). Previously we parsed a list of dates, took the first one, and then tested its year range. That meant that if the first one failed, we returned nothing, regardless of what the others did. Now we test for sanity before running msum over the list of Maybe values. Anything failing the test will be Nothing, so will not be a candidate.
  • Docx reader:
  • Add simple comment functionality. (Jesse Rosenthal). This adds simple track-changes comment parsing to the docx reader. It is turned on with --track-changes=all. All comments are converted to inlines, which can list some information. In the future a warning will be added for comments with formatting that seems like it will be excessively denatured. Note that comments can extend across blocks. For that reason there are two spans: comment-start and comment-end. comment-start will contain the comment. comment-end will always be empty. The two will be associated by a numeric id.
  • Enable warnings in top-level reader (Jesse Rosenthal). Previously we had only allowed for warnings in the parser. Now we allow for them in the Docx.hs as well. The warnings are simply concatenated.
  • Add warning for advanced comment formatting. (Jesse Rosenthal). We can't guarantee we'll convert every comment correctly, though we'll do the best we can. This warns if the comment includes something other than Para or Plain.
  • Add tests for warnings. (Jesse Rosenthal).
  • Add tests for comments (Jesse Rosenthal). We test for comments, using all track-changes options. Note that we should only output comments if --track-changes=all. We also test for emitting warnings if there is complicated formatting.
  • README: update to include track-changes comments. (Jesse Rosenthal)
  • Improved Windows installer - don't ignore properties set on command-line. See #2708. Needs testing to see if this resolves the issue. Thanks to @nkalvi.
  • Process markdown extensions on command line in L->R order (#2995). Previously they were processed, very unintuitively, in R->L order, so that markdown-tex_math_dollars+tex_math_dollars had tex_math_dollars disabled.
  • Added secnumdepth variable to LaTeX template (#2920).
  • Include table of contents in README.html in Windows package.
  • Writers: treat SoftBreak as space for stripping (Jesse Rosenthal) In Writers.Shared, we strip leading and trailing spaces for display math. Since SoftBreak's are treated as spaces, we should strip those too.
  • beamer, latex templates: pass biblatexoptions directly in package load. This allows runtime optinos to be used. Fixes jgm/pandoc-citeproc#201
  • CPP workaround for deprecation of parseUrl in http-client.
  • Removed some redundant class constraints.
  • - use OSX env variable.
  • Added winpkg target to Makefile. This downloads the windows package from appveyor and signs it using the key.
  • Document Org mode as a format containing raw TeX (Albert Krewinkel). Raw TeX is kept verbatim when the output format is Emacs Org mode.
  • Support math with haddock-library >= 1.4.
  • Removed -rtsopts from library stanza. It has no effect, and Hackage wouldn't accept the package.
  • Update library dependency versions.
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