I reverted the changes, and added the gitignore/attributes files separately from the adjustments to index.coffee/js ... wish there was a way I could re-fork and just work from that... but github didn't seem to let me do so.
Add CDATA support
Add missing event handling for CDATA tags...
Add node_modules to gitignore, and remove python references.
fix mixed correction
put the cdata in the wrong place...
fix mixed cdata
put the cdata in the wrong spot.
Revert "fix mixed cdata"
This reverts commit 7a52603.
Revert "fix mixed correction"
This reverts commit 2cbd2e5.
Revert "Adjust .gitignore"
This reverts commit a706896.
Revert "Add CDATA support"
This reverts commit 842eb31.
Add gitignore and gitattributes
Add node_modules to gitignore.
Add necessary gitattributes for Git for Windows to not destroy line
Add CDATA Support
Add support for CDATA sax event, add as text.
Bump version to 0.2.1
You should be able to remove those commits from your github with a force push, and if you want to develop something, you should do that on another branch than your master.
Anyway, I just cherry-picked your "add CDATA Support" commit, added node_modules to gitignore and bumped the version.