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* bin/bluecloth doesn't add <html><body> tags by default; instead it's opt-in
* deleted legacy files (tests/, test.rb, docs/, experiments/, install.rb, ...)
- * break lib/bluecloth.rb into submodules under lib/transform/
+ * break lib/bluecloth.rb into submodules under lib/bluecloth/transform
* converted tests to specs, cleaner suite
* import latest original for reference (and testing)
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3 comments on commit f99cb26

as far as i know moving a file to the bin directory will make it an executable, meaning that i can from everywhere, which is not what you wanted i suppose,
rather place it in a vendor folder


mislav replied Feb 12, 2009

I don’t think it can hurt. Also this makes it easier for users to compare outputs of bluecloth vs.

hmm ok, its not that dramatic, i personally try not to pollute the global namespace with anything else then ‘library_name’

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