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@jgm jgm released this 24 Jun 21:37
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  • Fix gfm_auto_identifiers to replace emojis with their aliases, as documented (#9876).

  • CSV reader:

    • Turn line breaks into LineBreaks not SoftBreaks (#9797).
  • Docx reader:

    • Support task lists (#8211).
    • Fix a small bug in parsing delimiters in numbered lists, which led to the default delimiter being used wrongly in some cases.
    • Improve handling of captions.
      • Turn captioned images into Figure elements. Closes #9391.
      • Improve the logic for associating elements with captions (#9358).
      • Ensure that captions that can’t be associated with an element aren’t just silently dropped (#9610).
    • Support HorizontalRule. We support both pandoc-style and the style described on a Microsoft support page, an empty paragraph with a bottom border (#6285).
    • React to "left" value on jc attribute.
    • Handle column and cell alignments (#8551). We take the column alignments from the first body row.
    • Fix a bug that caused comments inside insertions or deletions to be ignored (#9833).
  • HTML reader:

    • Better handle non-li elements in ul and ol (#9809). For example, a p after a closed li will be incorporated into the previous li. This mirrors what browsers do with this invalid HTML.
  • LaTeX reader:

    • Fix parsing of dimensions beginning with ., e.g. \kern.1pt (#9902).
  • Markdown reader:

    • Allow author-only textual citations (#7219). E.g. -@reese2002 outside of brackets.
  • RST reader:

    • Tighten up rules for when emphasis can start (#9805).
    • Support :cite: role with citeproc (#9904). A subset of the functionality of the sphinxcontrib-bibtex extension to Sphinx is supported.
  • Textile reader:

    • Don’t let spans begin right after a symbol (#9878).
  • Texinfo writer:

    • Ensure proper escaping in all node/link contexts.
    • Target node rather than anchor when possible in internal links.
    • Remove illegal characters from internal link anchors (#6177).
    • Use two commas not one in @ref.
    • Don’t add anchors to headings. We don’t need them, now that we make internal links use the node.
    • Avoid duplicate node names.
    • Improve menus. Properly handle the case where the node name is different from the descriptive title.
  • Texinfo template: add variables for filename and version.

  • Typst reader:

    • Fix an incomplete pattern match (#9807).

    • Handle inline bodies ending in a parbreak. E.g.

      `#strong[
      test
      ]
      
  • ConTeXt template: remove \setupbackend[export=yes] (#9820).

  • Docx writer:

    • Omit jc attribute on table cells with AlignDefault (#5662).
    • Better formatting for task lists. Task lists are now properly formatted, with no bullet (#5198).
    • Replace an expensive generic traverse to remove Space elements, for better performance.
    • The new OpenXML template had spaces for metadata that need to be filled with OpenXML fragments with the proper shape. This patch ensures that everything is the right shape.
    • Wrap figures with id in a bookmark (#8662).
    • Add eastAsia font hints to w:r (#9817). We do this when the text in the run contains any CJK characters. This ensures that ambiguous code points (e.g. quotation marks) will be represented as “wide” characters when together with CJK characters.
    • Clean up Abstract Title and Subtitle in default reference docx. Center Subtitle, remove color.
    • Allow OpenXML templates to be used with docx (#8338, #9069, #7256, #2928). The --reference-doc option allows customization of styles in docx output, but it does not allow one to adjust the content of the output (e.g., changing the order in which metadata, the table of contents, and the body of the document are displayed), or adding boilerplate text before or after the document body. For these changes, one can now use --template with an OpenXML template. (See the default openxml template for a sample.) --include-before-body and --include-after-body can also now be used with docx output. The included files must be OpenXML fragments suitable for inclusion in the document body.
    • New unexported module Text.Pandoc.Writers.Docx.OpenXML.
  • HTML writer:

    • Ensure URI escaping needed for html4 (#9905). Unicode characters need not be escaped for html5, and still won’t be.

    • Don’t emit unnecessary classes in HTML tables (#9325, Thomas Soeiro). Pandoc used to emit a header class on the tr element that forms the table header. This is no longer needed, because head > tr will do the same thing. Similarly, pandoc used to emit even and odd classes on trs, allowing striped styling. This is no longer needed, because one can use e.g. tbody tr:nth-child(2n).

      Compatibility warning: users who relied on these classes to style tables may need to adjust their CSS.

  • JATS writer:

    • Support supplementary-material in metadata for jats_articlepublishing (#9818).
  • LaTeX writer:

    • New method for ensuring images don’t overflow (#9660). Previously we relied on graphicx internals and made global changes to Gin to force images to be resized if they exceed textwidth. This approach is brittle and caused problems with \includesvg (see #9660). The new approach uses a new macro \pandocbounded that is now defined in the LaTeX template. (Thanks here to Falk Hanisch in mrpiggi/svg#60.) The LaTeX writer has been changed to enclose \includegraphics and \includesvg commands in this macro when they don’t explicitly specify a width or height. In addition, the writer now adds keepaspectratio to the \includegraphics or \includesvg options if height is specified without width, or vice versa. Previously, this was set in the preamble as a global option. Users should attend to the following compatibility issues:
      • If custom templates are used with the new LaTeX writer, they will have to be updated to include the new \pandocbounded macro, or an error will be raised because of the undefined macro.
      • Documents that specify explicit dimensions for an image may render differently, if the dimensions are greater than the line width or page height. Previously pandoc would shrink these images to fit, but the new behavior takes the specified dimensions literally. In addition, pandoc previously always enforced keepaspectratio, even when width and height were both specified, so images with width and height specified that do not conform to their intrinsic aspect ratio will appear differently.
    • Task lists must be unordered (#9185).
    • Specify language option for selnolig and only include it if english or german is used (#9863). (This includes changes to the LaTeX template.) This should restore proper ligature suppression when lualatex is used.
    • Fix --toc-depth with beamer output (#9861). Previously only top-level sections were ever included in the TOC, regardless of the setting of --toc-depth.
    • Use \linewidth instead of \columnwidth or \textwidth for resizing figures, table cells, etc. in LaTeX (#9775). \linewidth, unlike the others, is sensitive to indented environments like lists.
  • LaTeX template: put babel-lang in options to beamer (#9868). This is required to make beamer use proper localized terms for things like “Section.”

  • Markdown writer:

    • Don’t print extra caption when using implicit_figures.
    • Ensure blank line after HTML blocks in commonmark-based formats (#9792).
    • Fix bug rendering block quotes in lists (#9908).
  • Typst writer:

    • Support ‘.typst:no-figure’ and ‘typst:figure:kind=kind’ attributes (#9778, Carlos Scheidegger). This extends support for fine-grained properties in Typst. If the typst:no-figure class is present on a Table, the table will not be placed in a figure. If the typst:figure:kind attribute is present, its value will be used for the figure’s kind (#9777). These features are documented in doc/typst-property-output.md.
  • Typst template:

    • Add subtitle (#9747, Mickaël Canouil).
    • Use content rather than string for title, author, date, email (#9823). This allows formatting in title, author, date, and email fields. Since the PDF metadata requires a string, and typst only converts the title to a string (not the authors), we use
  • Textile writer:

    • Get rid of header, odd, even classes on tr (#9376).
  • Text.Pandoc.Class:

    • fillMediaBag: Convert IOErrors to warnings when fetching absolute paths (#9859, Albert Krewinkel). This will allow many conversions that would have failed with an error to succeed (albeit without images or other needed resources).
  • Text.Pandoc.ImageSize:

    • Don’t prefer exif width/height when they conflict with image width/height (#9871). That was a mistaken call in #6936. Usually when these values disagree, it is because the image has been resized by a tool that leaves the original exif values the same, so the width/height metadata are more likely to be correct that exif width/height.
  • Text.Pandoc.SelfContained:

    • Strip CRs from XML before base64 encoding for data URI (so tests can work on Windows).
    • Only create <svg> elements for SVG images when the image has the class inline-svg. Otherwise just use a data URI as we do with other images (#9787).
  • Lua subsystem (Albert Krewinkel):

    • Split Init module into more modules. The module has grown unwieldy and is therefore split into three internal Haskell modules, Init, Module, and Run.
    • Add function pandoc.utils.run_lua_filter (#9803).
    • Add function pandoc.template.get (#9854, co-authored by Carsten Gips). The function allows to specify a template with the same argument value that would be used with the --template command line parameter.
    • Keep CommonState object in the registry. The state is an internal value and should be treated as such. The PANDOC_STATE global is merely a copy; unsetting the global no longer breaks the Lua engine.
    • Allow passing an environment to run_lua_filter. The default is now to use a copy of the global environment when running a filter; this ensures better separation when run_lua_filter is used multiple times. A custom environment can be specified via the optional third parameter.
    • Set pandoc.List as default metatable for JSON lists (#9834). Lists created by pandoc.json.decode now behave like lists generated via pandoc.List. This also ensures that pandoc.List tables are encoded as JSON arrays when passed to pandoc.json.encode.
  • Text.Pandoc.Writers.Shared: export toTaskListItem [API change].

  • Add unexported module Text.Pandoc.Char. This exports isCJK. Use this instead of locally defined isCJK in T.P.Readers.MediaWiki.

  • MANUAL.txt:

    • Remove false claim that Lua mode does not support -i (#9757, Ian Max Andolina).
    • Use level-3 headings for extensions (to avoid gaps).
    • Add anchor for tagging extension.
    • Remove explicit referencess to generate anchors. These will be linkified automatically.
    • Fixed links to option--reference-doc.
    • Add a note that column widths aren’t supported in pptx for Divs with class columns (#9890).
    • Fix alerts example (#9826, Ian Max Andolina).
    • Fix markup of babelfonts example code (Albert Krewinkel).
  • doc/custom-writers.md:

    • Fix usage of Template in example (Albert Krewinkel).
    • Document the separator arg of Writer.Blocks (Albert Krewinkel).
  • doc/lua-filters.md (Albert Krewinkel):

    • Fix outdated documentation for math and quoting functions and fields.
    • Autogenerate docs for module pandoc.template and pandoc.layout.
    • Document operators of the “Doc” type.
  • pandoc-lua-engine: depend on pandoc >= 3.2 (see #9755).

  • Allow crypton-connection 0.4, time 1.14.

  • Allow tasty-quickcheck 0.11.

  • Use latest emojis, skylighting, skylighting-core, citeproc, djot, commonmark-extensions, typst-hs