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Release 0.3.19 #1157

merged 3 commits into from Mar 26, 2018


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commented Mar 23, 2018

Previous published release to NPM did not include the fixes #1143


  • should start an ordered list at 0 when requested'
  • indents code within an explicitly-started ordered list


  • $ npm version has been run.
  • Release notes in draft GitHub release are up to date
  • Release notes include which flavors and versions of Markdown are supported by this release
  • Committer checklist is complete.
  • Merge PR.
  • Publish GitHub release using master with correct version number.
  • $ npm publish has been run.
  • Create draft GitHub release to prepare next release.

Note: If merges to master occur after submitting this PR and before running $ npm pubish you should be able to

  1. pull from upstream/master (git pull upstream master) into the branch holding this version,
  2. run $ npm run build to regenerate the min file, and
  3. commit and push the updated changes.


In most cases, this should be someone different than the publisher.

  • Version in package.json has been updated (see
  • The marked.min.js has been updated; or,
  • release does not change library.
  • CI is green (no forced merge required).

Josh Bruce added some commits Mar 23, 2018

@joshbruce joshbruce requested a review from UziTech Mar 23, 2018


styfle approved these changes Mar 25, 2018

@joshbruce joshbruce merged commit 5d1baa4 into master Mar 26, 2018

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@styfle styfle deleted the release-0.3.19 branch Mar 26, 2018

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