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Commits on Dec 15, 2011
  1. Update ruby-redcloth package to 4.2.9.

    taca authored
    == 4.2.9 / November 25, 2011
    
    * Fix RbConfig / Config warning in Ruby 1.9.3. [Steve Purcell, Robert Gleeson, and unclaimedbaggage]
    * Use RSTRING_NOT_MODIFIED header for Rubinius [Dirkjan Bussink]
Commits on Nov 8, 2011
  1. * Remove .require_paths from PLIST

    taca authored
    * Bump PKGREVISION.
Commits on Aug 18, 2011
  1. Update ruby-redcloth package to 4.2.8.

    taca authored
    == 4.2.8 / August 17, 2011
    
    * Do not treat warnings as errors so it compiles cleanly. [Tomasz Wałkuski]
Commits on Jun 19, 2011
  1. Update ruby-redcloth package to 4.2.7.

    taca authored
    == 4.2.7 / Febrary 10, 2011
    
    * Fixed typo in gemspec to make case-sensitive require work. [Gabe da Silveira]
    * Tested installing the gem and requiring it with both cases on Ubuntu 8.04, 10.10 and OS X Version 10.6.6.
    * Have spaces around the en-dash in LaTeX [Benjamin Quorning]
    * Turned double-quote close to smart quotes in LaTeX [Jonathan D. Blake]
    
    === 4.2.6 / February 9, 2011
    
    * Add case-sensitive require back into the gemspec.
    * Fix rdoc options in gemspec.
    
    === 4.2.5 / February 7, 2011
    
    * Fix bundler and rubygems-test incompatibilities. Working around bug:
        https://github.com/carlhuda/bundler/issues/issue/1021
    
    === 4.2.4 / February 7, 2011
    
    * Add .gemtest to opt-in to rubygems-test program (gem install rubygems-test to participate)
    * Allow attributes to be set on hr and br tags [Jesse Stormier]
    * Fix dangling <li> [Stephen Bannasch]
    * Switch to bundler and rake-compiler for gem management/compilation
    * Fix invalid YAML for Ruby 1.9.2 [Aaron Patterson]
Commits on Feb 21, 2011
Commits on Sep 10, 2010
  1. Update textproc/ruby-redcloth to 4.2.3.

    taca authored
    * Use lang/ruby/gem.mk instead of misc/rubygems/rubygem.mk.
    * Add LICENSE.
    * Remove default value of GEM_BUILD.
    * Remove RUBY_HAS_ARCHLIB.
    
    
    === 4.2.3 / March 1, 2010
    
    * Allow quotes in styles so you can do things like listing font-families. [Jason Garber]
    * Fix uninitialized constant Gem::Specification::PLATFORM_CROSS_TARGETS in Rails [Jason Garber]
    * Allow uppercase letters in class and ID attributes even though it's invalid [Jason Garber]
    * Fix compatibility with newer Echoe, by using full-name for Platform [Flameeyes]
    * Fixes for PPC/PPC64 [Flameeyes]
    * Added a modified copy of 'Textile Reference' to a doc folder [codesponge]
    * Add footnote return links [Jonathan Rudenberg]
    * Add bug report link to the README
    
    === 4.2.2 / June 30, 2009
    
    * Fix regression where percent wasn't accepted in style attribute. [Jason Garber]
    
    === 4.2.1 / June 16, 2009
    
    * Fix regression where period wasn't accepted in style attribute. [Jason Garber]
Commits on Jun 14, 2009
  1. Update ruby-redcloth to 4.2.0.

    minskim authored
    Major changes since 4.0.4:
    * JRuby support!  [olabini]
    * Added textilize ERB utility method. [edraut]
    * Compatible with Ruby 1.9.
    * Change to list attributes so you can give style/class to list items.
    * Ruby 1.9 string encodings are preserved
    * Table cell parsing has been enhanced to handle empty cells and cells
      containing text with line breaks
    * A major regression in the handling of notextile blocks has been fixed
    * There is better handling of quotes inside quoted phrases, question marks
      inside citations, etc.
    * Numerous LaTeX fixes thanks to NASA scientist Bil Kleb.
    * A pure-Ruby version of the state machine for those that absolutely can't
      compile the C extension or use the precompiled JRuby or Win32 binaries.
  2. Update HOMEPAGE.

    minskim authored
  3. Remove @dirrm entries from PLISTs

    joerg authored
Commits on Oct 3, 2008
  1. Update ruby-redcloth to 4.0.4.

    taca authored
    *4.0.4 (October 1, 2008)*
    
    * Added some very basic support for images in LaTeX. [virtualfunction]
    
    * Fixed missed caps and inline modifiers wrapped in parentheses. #43, #45
    
    * Removed indication of quotes explicitly with square brackets.  Textile 2.0 does not support this and it wasn't in RedCloth 3. #46
    
    * Made percent signs less greedy.  They must surround a phrase or else they must be surrounded with square brackets, just like sup, sub, and del phrases. #47
    
    * Reduced link eagerness so it wouldn't include preceding quoted phrases. #48
    
    * Fixed compatibility issues with Ruby 1.9 [Keita Yamaguchi]. #52, 53, 54
    
    * Fixed an error when a link was badly nested in parentheses. #55
    
    * Fixed an error on superscript/subscript parenthetical phrase. #56
    
    * Fixed bold phrases starting with a number being recognized as unordered lists. #60
    
    * Fixed behavior of unclosed (multi-paragraph) quotes and incorrect handling of links inside double quotations. #59, #63
    
    * Fixed empty block HTML disappearing. #64
    
    
    *4.0.3 (August 18, 2008)*
    
    * Fix NoMethodError: private method gsub!' called for nil:NilClass when two dimensions followed by a space. #38
    
    * Fixed unititialized constant RedCloth::TextileDoc with Rails 2.1.  Came from a workaround for Rails bug #320 that was applied even when not necessary. #42
    
    
    *4.0.2 (August 15, 2008)*
    
    * Fixed link references/aliases not being recognized when they include hyphens. #36
    
    * Dimensions in feet and inches use correct typographic characters. #25
    
    * Limit overzealous superscript and subscript.  Sup/sub phrases must be surrounded by spaces or square brackets, as in Textile 2. #35
    
    * Fixed HTML before tables causing the opening table tag to be emitted twice. #33
    
    * Cleaned up unused code that was causing a warning. #28
    
    * Workaround for Rails 2.1 bug that loads a previous version of RedCloth before loading the unpacked gem.  Has since been fixed in edge rails. #30
    
    * Added a RedCloth::VERSION.to_s and .== methods so you can puts and compare RedCloth::VERSION just like in previous RedCloth releases. #26
    
    * Fixed HTML block ending tags terminating blocks prematurely. #22
    
    
    *4.0.1 (July 24, 2008)*
    
    * Fixed lines starting with dashes being recognized as a definition list when there were no definitions.
    
    * Created alias RedCloth.rb so Rails 2.1 gem dependency works on case-sensitive operating systems	.
    * Fixed parsing sentences that had two em dashes surrounded by spaces from becoming del phrases. #19
    
    * Fixed links including prior quoted phrases. #17
    
    
    *4.0.0 (July 21, 2008)*
    
    * New SuperRedCloth (RedCloth 4.0) is a total rewrite using Ragel for the parsing.
    
    * Markdown support has been removed.
    
    * Single newlines become <br> tags, just as in traditional RedCloth and other Textile parsers.
    
    * HTML special characters are automatically escaped inside code signatures, like Textile 2.  This means you can simply write @<br />@ and the symbols are escaped whereas in RedCloth 3 you had to write @&lt;br /&gt;@ to make the code fragment readable.
    
    * The restrictions parameter is observed just like previous versions (except :hard_breaks is now the default).
    
    * Arguments to RedCloth#to_html are called so extensions made for prior versions can work.  Note: extensions need to be included rather than defined directly within the RedCloth class as was previously possible.
    
    * Custom block tags can be implemented as in the previous version, though the means of implementing them differs.
    
    * HTML embedded in the Textile input does not often need to be escaped from Textile parsing.
    
    * The parser will not wrap lines that begin with a space in paragraph tags.
    
    * Rudimentary support for LaTeX is built in.
    
    * RedCloth::VERSION on a line by itself inserts the version number into the output.
    
    * Output (less newlines and tabs) is identical to Textile 2 except a few cases where the RedCloth way was preferable.
    
    * Over 500 tests prevent regression
    
    * It's 40 times faster than the previous version.
Commits on Apr 4, 2008
  1. Install as a gem using the pkgsrc rubygem.mk framework instead of

    jlam authored
    directly into site_ruby.
Commits on Oct 3, 2007
Commits on May 1, 2007
Commits on Jan 28, 2007
  1. Fix ruby-build-ri-db option related problem.

    taca authored
    - Include options.mk before rubyversion.mk, so PLIST for ri database
      should be created suitably.
    
    - make RUBY_RIDIR and its friends relative path to ${PREFIX}.
    
    - Fix and improve handling of ${RUBY_RIDIR} handling and should
      be fixed remaining ${RUBY_RIDIR} after pkg_delete ruby18-base.
      (Noted by private mail from wiz@.)
    
    Bump PKGREVISION of ruby18-base package.
Commits on Sep 7, 2006
  1. Sort PLIST.

    taca authored
  2. Use RUBY_GENERATE_PLIST.

    taca authored
Commits on Jan 3, 2006
  1. Stop handling DIST_SUBDIR default for Ruby based packages.

    taca authored
    Second, update distinfo and/or stop using USE_RUBY_DIST_SUBDIR in Makefiles.
Commits on Nov 3, 2005
  1. Update ruby-redcloth package to 3.0.4.

    taca authored
    - version: 3.0.4
      date: 2005-02-18
      changes:
        - The caps class doesn't swallow spaces.
        - Horizontal rules required to be on an empty line.
        - Hard breaks don't screw with Markdown headers any longer.
        - Fixed error triggered by complex lists.
        - Inline markups need to be butted up against enclosing text, no spaces.
        - Fixed problem with intermingled single and double quotes.
        - Brought back lite_mode.
Commits on Oct 23, 2005
  1. Removed trailing white-space from line 1.

    rillig authored
Commits on Sep 22, 2005
  1. Fix PLIST. Bump PKGREVISION.

    minskim authored
Commits on Sep 5, 2005
  1. Update ruby-redcloth package to 3.0.3.

    taca authored
    - version: 3.0.3
      date: 2005-02-06
      changes:
        - Stack overflow regexp on code inlines obliterated.
        - Citations scaled back.
        - Toggle span tags on CAPS with :no_span_tags accessor.
    
    - version: 3.0.2
      date: 2005-02-02
      changes:
        - Stack overflow Regexps replaced.
        - All code blocks protected from formatting.
        - Hard breaks working.
        - Filter HTML now uses detailed cleaner.
    
    - version: 3.0.1
      date: 2004-11-15
      changes:
        - Using `float' rather than `text-align' to align image blocks.
        - Shelving more HTML attributes to prevent them from clashing with Textile glyphs.
        - Simplifying the block regexp.
    
    - version: 3.0
      date: 2004-10-26
      changes:
        - Broke up the Textile engine into smaller parts, recoded central block parser.
        - Added preliminary support for Markdown.
        - Added support for custom Textile prefixes.
        - RedCloth now generates XHTML fragments.
        - Complete HTML documents should now work, RedCloth ignores complex HTML.
    
    - version: 2.0.12
      date: 2004-08-09
      changes:
        - Escaping tighter for <pre> tags that share a single line.
        - No more String#htmlesc!.  Moved to RedCloth#htmlesc.
        - Pruned out the code that was handling multibyte.
    
    - version: 2.0.11
      date: 2004-06-01
      changes:
        - Fixed the new 2.0-style aliased links.
        - Lines starting with div opening or closing tags aren't given paragraph tags.
        - Escaped some sample markup that was being translated by RDoc.
        - Subtle changes to the quick tags to help them interact with surrounding HTML better.
        - Ensure angle brackets inside code quick tags get escaped.
        - New patch and test by F. Ros to fix <pre> tags with class settings.
        - Commented out encode_entities and fix_entities, they do nothing now.  Thanks, Denis.
        - Scaled back QTAGS a back to avoid mixing up hyphens and dels.  Thanks, Denis.
        - Work on the references to ensure they are generating at least XHTML 1.0 Transitional.
    
    - version: 2.0.10
      date: 2004-05-26
      changes:
        - Table and list problems.  Rewrote the <pre> handling code.. again.
    
    - version: 2.0.9
      date: 2004-05-26
      changes:
        - Improved RDoc.  Ri documentation is auto-installed now!
        - Links were consuming closing HTML tags.  (See latest test in tests/links.yml.)
        - Further speed patch from Denis.  Good good.
        - Patch by F. Ros to fix <pre> tags with class settings.
    
    - version: 2.0.8
      date: 2004-05-22
      changes:
        - First scan of the glyphs() method only scans for pre|notextile|code, the
          deeper passes scan for all HTML.  Now inlines work around HTML tags!
          (What a pain!)
        - Moved tables and blocks into glyphs to keep them shielded from the parser
          if they are in <pre> tags.
        - Patch by Denis Mertz to speed up RedCloth by compiling the various RegExps
          only once.  Thanks, David!
    
    - version: 2.0.7
      date: 2004-04-21
      changes:
        - New REFERENCE and QUICK-REFERENCE.  See http://hobix.com/textile/.
        - Lists rewritten to accomplish better line folding.
        - Better, greedier links.
        - Additional link and list tests.
    
    - version: 2.0.6
      date: 2004-04-16
      changes:
        - Bold and strong tags were mixed up.  '*' is now strong.  '**' is bold.
          They were swapped until now.
        - Horizontal alignments were pretty buggy.  Combining alignments with
          indents was totally broken.
        - Fixed table problem.  Now glyphs are handled between tables and blocks.
        - Nested <pre> and <code> tags are now escaped.  Much better handling of
          HTML inside <pre> tags.  Really: quite nice.
        - Patch from Florian Gross to fix an html filtration inconsistency.
Commits on May 25, 2005
  1. Add RMD160 checksum.

    wiz authored
Commits on Mar 26, 2005
  1. Import ruby-redcloth from pkgsrc-wip. Packaged by Rich Davies.

    minskim authored
    RedCloth is a Ruby library for working with the Textile language
    (http://www.textism.com/tools/textile/).
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