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0.0.2 (03-27-2012)

All changes for this release were made in the backend. Do [sudo] npm -g update instant-markdown-d to get them.

  • Updated to the latest github styles!
  • Performance should be slightly better as CSS is no longer generated at every update.

0.0.3 (04-26-2012)

Some changes for this release were made in the backend. Do [sudo] npm -g update instant-markdown-d to get them.

  • Delay starting the instant-markdown-d server. This fixed the plugin for a few people who were getting empty browser windows.
  • Display a message with configuration instructions when the preview window can't be closed due to Firefox restrictions.

0.0.4 (12-05-2012)

All these changes courtesy of @chreekat, THANKS!

  • Is now an after/ftplugin plugin. Markdown filetype detection is left to Vim itself, or other plugins.
  • Behavior when multiple markdown files are open has been improved
  • No more weird characters taking over the status/command bar while editing
  • Internals have been completely rewritten and are much more cleaner and adhere to vim script best practices

0.0.5 (12-05-2012)

These changes are also courtesy of @chreekat!

  • Plugin no longer breaks vim mouse scrolling
  • No longer errors upon opening an empty markdown file
  • instant_markdown_slow option to update preview less frequently

0.0.6 (03-02-2013)

All changes for this release were made in the backend. Do [sudo] npm -g update instant-markdown-d to get them.

  • Fix for systems (such as Ubuntu, Debian) which use the nodejs executable instead of node.

0.0.7 (10-31-2013)

thanks to @terryma!

  • Added option to only start previewing markdown on demand

0.0.8 (01-17-2015)

All changes for this release were made in the backend. Do [sudo] npm -g update instant-markdown-d to get them. All thanks to the awesome work of @euclio!

  • Ruby dependencies (pygments.rb and redcarpet) are no longer required! instant-markdown-d is now the only dependency
  • Plugin should be much more performant and stable. Should be able to edit at brisk typing speed without slowdowns or crashes.
  • Updated to the latest github styles!
    • Due to github not fully open-sourcing their current syntax highlighting pipeline, syntax highlighting colors are slightly different.