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New BibLaTeX-entry @commentary #1806

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titanic-jb opened this issue May 16, 2021 · 1 comment · Fixed by #1899
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New BibLaTeX-entry @commentary #1806

titanic-jb opened this issue May 16, 2021 · 1 comment · Fixed by #1899
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BibLaTeX defines a @commentary entry, which should be used, to store bibliographical information of special legal documents. But it is displayed as comment type, because it shares the same root as the @comment-entry, which is a comment type.

Please update pygments to obeye the difference between @comment and the new @commentary-entry.

@Anteru Anteru added good first issue Good for newcomers help wanted Community help appreciated! A-lexing area: changes to individual lexers labels May 16, 2021
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Anteru commented Nov 6, 2021

Fixed by @blu-base !

@Anteru Anteru closed this as completed Nov 6, 2021
@Anteru Anteru added the changelog-update Items which need to get mentioned in the changelog label Nov 6, 2021
@Anteru Anteru added this to the 2.11.0 milestone Nov 6, 2021
@Anteru Anteru removed the changelog-update Items which need to get mentioned in the changelog label Nov 13, 2021
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