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authorJohn MacFarlane <jgm@berkeley.edu>2016-12-01 01:07:05 +0100
committerJohn MacFarlane <jgm@berkeley.edu>2016-12-01 01:07:05 +0100
commit3dacf5b5e76e9ef74680f36ef9a51feab4647410 (patch)
tree8950704c8353778fc798a890d0c96eb14dfefbf1 /changelog
parentddb5a0a68a59e5cfb52eb907b9d86d0973f79132 (diff)
More cosmetic changes to changelog.
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@@ -2,15 +2,15 @@ pandoc (1.19)
* Changed resolution of filter paths.
- - We now first treat the argument of `--filter` as a full (absolute
- or relative) path, looking for a program there. If it's found, we
- run it.
- - If not, and if it is a simple program name or a relative path, we
- try resolving it relative to `$DATADIR/filters`.
- - If this fails, then we treat it as a program name and look in the
- user's PATH.
- - Removed a hardcoded '/' that may have caused problems with
- Windows paths.
+ + We now first treat the argument of `--filter` as a full (absolute
+ or relative) path, looking for a program there. If it's found, we
+ run it.
+ + If not, and if it is a simple program name or a relative path, we
+ try resolving it relative to `$DATADIR/filters`.
+ + If this fails, then we treat it as a program name and look in the
+ user's PATH.
+ + Removed a hardcoded '/' that may have caused problems with
+ Windows paths.
Previously if you did `--filter foo` and you had `foo` in your path and
also an executable `foo` in your working directory, the one in the path
@@ -32,18 +32,18 @@ pandoc (1.19)
* Text.Pandoc.Options \[API changes\]:
- - Removed `writerStandalone` field in `WriterOptions`, made
- `writerTemplate` a `Maybe` value. Previously setting
- `writerStandalone = True` did nothing unless a template was provided
- in writerTemplate. Now a fragment will be generated if
- `writerTemplate` is `Nothing`; otherwise, the specified template
- will be used and standalone output generated.
- - `Division` has been renamed `TopLevelDivision` (#3197). The
- `Section`, `Chapter`, and `Part` constructors were renamed to
- `TopLevelSection`, `TopLevelChapter`, and
- `TopLevelPart`, respectively. An additional `TopLevelDefault`
- constructor was added, which is now also the new default value of
- the `writerTopLevelDivision` field in `WriterOptions`.
+ + Removed `writerStandalone` field in `WriterOptions`, made
+ `writerTemplate` a `Maybe` value. Previously setting
+ `writerStandalone = True` did nothing unless a template was provided
+ in writerTemplate. Now a fragment will be generated if
+ `writerTemplate` is `Nothing`; otherwise, the specified template
+ will be used and standalone output generated.
+ + `Division` has been renamed `TopLevelDivision` (#3197). The
+ `Section`, `Chapter`, and `Part` constructors were renamed to
+ `TopLevelSection`, `TopLevelChapter`, and
+ `TopLevelPart`, respectively. An additional `TopLevelDefault`
+ constructor was added, which is now also the new default value of
+ the `writerTopLevelDivision` field in `WriterOptions`.
* Improved error if they give wrong arg to `--top-level-division`.
@@ -56,64 +56,64 @@ pandoc (1.19)
* HTML reader:
- - Improved table parsing (#3027). We now check explicitly for non-1
- rowspan or colspan attributes, and fail when we encounter them.
- Previously we checked that each row had the same number of cells,
- but that could be true even with rowspans/colspans. And there are
- cases where it isn't true in tables that we can handle fine -- e.g.
- when a tr element is empty. So now we just pad rows with empty cells
- when needed.
- - Treat `<math>` as MathML by default unless something else is
- explicitly specified in xmlns. Provided it parses as MathML,
- of course. Also fixed default which should be to inline math if no
- display attribute is used.
- - Only treat "a" element as link if it has href (#3226). Otherwise
- treat as span.
+ + Improved table parsing (#3027). We now check explicitly for non-1
+ rowspan or colspan attributes, and fail when we encounter them.
+ Previously we checked that each row had the same number of cells,
+ but that could be true even with rowspans/colspans. And there are
+ cases where it isn't true in tables that we can handle fine -- e.g.
+ when a tr element is empty. So now we just pad rows with empty cells
+ when needed.
+ + Treat `<math>` as MathML by default unless something else is
+ explicitly specified in xmlns. Provided it parses as MathML,
+ of course. Also fixed default which should be to inline math if no
+ display attribute is used.
+ + Only treat "a" element as link if it has href (#3226). Otherwise
+ treat as span.
* Docx reader (Jesse Rosenthal):
- - Add a placeholder value for CHART. We wrap `[CHART]` in a
- `<span class="chart">`. Note that it maps to inlines because, in
- docx, anything in a drawing tag can be part of a larger paragraph.
- - Be more specific in parsing images We not only want `w:drawing`,
- because that could also include charts. Now we specify
- `w:drawing/pic:pic`. This shouldn't change behavior at all, but it's
- a first step toward allowing other sorts of drawing data as well.
- - Abstract out function to avoid code repetition.
- - Update tests for img title and alt (#3204).
- - Handle Alt text and titles in images. We use the "description" field
- as alt text and the "title" field as title. These can be accessed
- through the "Format Picture" dialog in Word.
- - Docx reader utils: handle empty namespace in `elemName`. Previously,
- if given an empty namespace `(elemName ns "" "foo")` `elemName`
- would output a QName with a `Just ""` namespace. This is never what
- we want. Now we output a `Nothing`. If someone *does* want a
- `Just ""` in the namespace, they can enter the QName
- value explicitly.
+ + Add a placeholder value for CHART. We wrap `[CHART]` in a
+ `<span class="chart">`. Note that it maps to inlines because, in
+ docx, anything in a drawing tag can be part of a larger paragraph.
+ + Be more specific in parsing images We not only want `w:drawing`,
+ because that could also include charts. Now we specify
+ `w:drawing/pic:pic`. This shouldn't change behavior at all, but it's
+ a first step toward allowing other sorts of drawing data as well.
+ + Abstract out function to avoid code repetition.
+ + Update tests for img title and alt (#3204).
+ + Handle Alt text and titles in images. We use the "description" field
+ as alt text and the "title" field as title. These can be accessed
+ through the "Format Picture" dialog in Word.
+ + Docx reader utils: handle empty namespace in `elemName`. Previously,
+ if given an empty namespace `(elemName ns "" "foo")` `elemName`
+ would output a QName with a `Just ""` namespace. This is never what
+ we want. Now we output a `Nothing`. If someone *does* want a
+ `Just ""` in the namespace, they can enter the QName
+ value explicitly.
* ODT reader/writer:
- - Inline code when text has a special style (Hubert Plociniczak). When
- a piece of text has a text `Source_Text` then we assume that this is
- a piece of the document that represents a code that needs to
- be inlined. Adapted the writer to also reflect that change.
- Previously it was just writing a 'preformatted' text using a
- non-distinguishable font style. Code blocks are still not recognized
- by the ODT reader. That's a separate issue.
- - Infer table's caption from the paragraph (#3224,
- Hubert Plociniczak). ODT's reader always put empty captions for the
- parsed tables. This commit
-
- 1. checks paragraphs that follow the table definition
- 2. treats specially a paragraph with a style named 'Table'
- 3. does some postprocessing of the paragraphs that combines tables
- followed immediately by captions
-
- The ODT writer used the `TableCaption` style for the caption paragraph.
- This commit follows the OpenOffice approach which allows for appending
- captions to table but uses a built-in style named `Table` instead of
- `TableCaption`. Users of a custom `reference.odt` should change the
- style's name from `TableCaption` to `Table`.
+ + Inline code when text has a special style (Hubert Plociniczak). When
+ a piece of text has a text `Source_Text` then we assume that this is
+ a piece of the document that represents a code that needs to
+ be inlined. Adapted the writer to also reflect that change.
+ Previously it was just writing a 'preformatted' text using a
+ non-distinguishable font style. Code blocks are still not recognized
+ by the ODT reader. That's a separate issue.
+ + Infer table's caption from the paragraph (#3224,
+ Hubert Plociniczak). ODT's reader always put empty captions for the
+ parsed tables. This commit
+
+ 1. checks paragraphs that follow the table definition
+ 2. treats specially a paragraph with a style named 'Table'
+ 3. does some postprocessing of the paragraphs that combines tables
+ followed immediately by captions
+
+ The ODT writer used the `TableCaption` style for the caption
+ paragraph. This commit follows the OpenOffice approach which allows
+ for appending captions to table but uses a built-in style named
+ `Table` instead of `TableCaption`. Users of a custom `reference.odt`
+ should change the style's name from `TableCaption` to `Table`.
* ODT reader: Infer tables' header props from rows (#3199,
Hubert Plociniczak). ODT reader simply provided an empty header list
@@ -123,7 +123,7 @@ pandoc (1.19)
* Markdown reader:
- - Allow reference link labels starting with `@...` if `citations`
+ + Allow reference link labels starting with `@...` if `citations`
extension disabled (#3209). Example: in
\[link text\]\[@a\]
@@ -132,7 +132,7 @@ pandoc (1.19)
a citation. Previously this happened whether or not the `citations`
extension was enabled. Now it happens only if the `citations`
extension is enabled.
- - Allow alignments to be specified in Markdown grid tables. For
+ + Allow alignments to be specified in Markdown grid tables. For
example,
+-------+---------------+--------------------+
@@ -141,32 +141,31 @@ pandoc (1.19)
| Bananas | $1.34 | built-in wrapper |
+-------+---------------+--------------------+
- - Allow Small Caps elements to be created using bracketed spans (as
+ + Allow Small Caps elements to be created using bracketed spans (as
they already can be using HTML-syntax spans) (#3191, Kolen Cheung).
* LaTeX reader:
- - Don't treat `\vspace` and `\hspace` as block commands (#3256).
- Fixed an error which came up, for example, with `\vspace` inside
- a caption. (Captions expect inlines.)
- - Improved table handling. We can now parse all of the tables emitted
- by pandoc in our tests. The only thing we don't get yet are
- alignments and column widths in more complex tables. See #2669.
- - Limited support for minipage.
- - Allow for `[]`s inside LaTeX optional args. Fixes cases like:
-
- - Handle BVerbatim from fancyvrb (#3203).
- - Handle hungarumlaut (#3201).
- - Allow beamer-style `<...>` options in raw LaTeX (also in Markdown)
- (#3184). This allows use of things like `\only<2,3>{my content}` in
- Markdown that is going to be converted to beamer.
+ + Don't treat `\vspace` and `\hspace` as block commands (#3256).
+ Fixed an error which came up, for example, with `\vspace` inside
+ a caption. (Captions expect inlines.)
+ + Improved table handling. We can now parse all of the tables emitted
+ by pandoc in our tests. The only thing we don't get yet are
+ alignments and column widths in more complex tables. See #2669.
+ + Limited support for minipage.
+ + Allow for `[]`s inside LaTeX optional args. Fixes cases like:
+ + Handle BVerbatim from fancyvrb (#3203).
+ + Handle hungarumlaut (#3201).
+ + Allow beamer-style `<...>` options in raw LaTeX (also in Markdown)
+ (#3184). This allows use of things like `\only<2,3>{my content}` in
+ Markdown that is going to be converted to beamer.
* Use pre-wrap for code in dzslides template (Nicolas Porcel). Otherwise
overly long code will appear on every slide.
* Org reader (Albert Krewinkel):
- - Respect column width settings (#3246). Table column properties can
+ + Respect column width settings (#3246). Table column properties can
optionally specify a column's width with which it is displayed in
the buffer. Some exporters, notably the ODT exporter in org-mode
v9.0, use these values to calculate relative column widths. The org
@@ -174,7 +173,7 @@ pandoc (1.19)
LaTeX and HTML exporters in Emacs don't support this feature yet,
which should be kept in mind by users who use the column
widths parameters.
- - Allow HTML attribs on non-figure images (#3222). Images which are
+ + Allow HTML attribs on non-figure images (#3222). Images which are
the only element in a paragraph can still be given HTML attributes,
even if the image does not have a caption and is hence not a figure.
The following will add set the `width` attribute of the image to
@@ -185,16 +184,16 @@ pandoc (1.19)
\[\[file:image.jpg\]\]
- - Support `ATTR_HTML` for special blocks (#3182). Special
+ + Support `ATTR_HTML` for special blocks (#3182). Special
blocks (i.e. blocks with unrecognized names) can be prefixed with an
`ATTR_HTML` block attribute. The attributes defined in that
meta-directive are added to the `Div` which is used to represent the
special block.
- - Support the `todo` export option. The `todo` export option allows to
+ + Support the `todo` export option. The `todo` export option allows to
toggle the inclusion of TODO keywords in the output. Setting this to
`nil` causes TODO keywords to be dropped from headlines. The default
is to include the keywords.
- - Add support for todo-markers. Headlines can have optional
+ + Add support for todo-markers. Headlines can have optional
todo-markers which can be controlled via the `#+TODO`, `#+SEQ_TODO`,
or `#+TYP_TODO` meta directive. Multiple such directives can be
given, each adding a new set of recognized todo-markers. If no
@@ -207,57 +206,57 @@ pandoc (1.19)
* LaTeX writer:
- - Use `\autocites*` when "suppress-author" citation used.
- - Ensure that simple tables have simple cells (#2666). If cells
- contain more than a single Plain or Para, then we need to set
- nonzero widths and put contents into minipages.
- - Remove invalid inlines in sections (#3218, Hubert Plociniczak).
+ + Use `\autocites*` when "suppress-author" citation used.
+ + Ensure that simple tables have simple cells (#2666). If cells
+ contain more than a single Plain or Para, then we need to set
+ nonzero widths and put contents into minipages.
+ + Remove invalid inlines in sections (#3218, Hubert Plociniczak).
* Markdown writer:
- - Fix calculation of column widths for aligned multiline tables
- (#1911, Björn Peemöller). This also fixes excessive CPU and memory
- usage for tables when `--columns` is set in such a way that cells
- must be very tiny. Now cells are guaranteed to be big enough so that
- single words don't need to line break, even if this pushes the line
- length above the column width.
- - Use bracketed form for native spans when `bracketed_spans`
- enabled (#3229).
- - Fixed inconsistent spacing issue (#3232). Previously a tight bullet
- sublist got rendered with a blank line after, while a tight ordered
- sublist did not. Now we don't get the blank line in either case.
- - Fix escaping of spaces in super/subscript (#3225). Previously two
- backslashes were inserted, which gave a literal backslash.
- - Adjust widths in Markdown grid tables so that they match
- on round-trip.
+ + Fix calculation of column widths for aligned multiline tables
+ (#1911, Björn Peemöller). This also fixes excessive CPU and memory
+ usage for tables when `--columns` is set in such a way that cells
+ must be very tiny. Now cells are guaranteed to be big enough so that
+ single words don't need to line break, even if this pushes the line
+ length above the column width.
+ + Use bracketed form for native spans when `bracketed_spans`
+ enabled (#3229).
+ + Fixed inconsistent spacing issue (#3232). Previously a tight bullet
+ sublist got rendered with a blank line after, while a tight ordered
+ sublist did not. Now we don't get the blank line in either case.
+ + Fix escaping of spaces in super/subscript (#3225). Previously two
+ backslashes were inserted, which gave a literal backslash.
+ + Adjust widths in Markdown grid tables so that they match
+ on round-trip.
* Docx writer:
- - Give full detail when there are errors converting tex math.
- - Handle title text in images (Jesse Rosenthal). We already handled
- alt text. This just puts the image "title" into the docx
- "title" attr.
- - Fixed XML markup for empty cells (#3238). Previously the Compact
- style wasn't being applied properly to empty cells.
+ + Give full detail when there are errors converting tex math.
+ + Handle title text in images (Jesse Rosenthal). We already handled
+ alt text. This just puts the image "title" into the docx
+ "title" attr.
+ + Fixed XML markup for empty cells (#3238). Previously the Compact
+ style wasn't being applied properly to empty cells.
* HTML writer:
- - Updated `renderHtml` import from blaze-html.
+ + Updated `renderHtml` import from blaze-html.
* Text.Pandoc.Pretty:
- - Fixed some bugs that caused blank lines in tables (#3251). The bugs
- caused spurious blank lines in grid tables when we had things like
- `blankline $$ blankline`.
- - Add exported function `minOffet` \[API change\] (Björn Peemöller).
- - Added error message for illegal call to `block` (Björn Peemöller).
+ + Fixed some bugs that caused blank lines in tables (#3251). The bugs
+ caused spurious blank lines in grid tables when we had things like
+ `blankline $$ blankline`.
+ + Add exported function `minOffet` \[API change\] (Björn Peemöller).
+ + Added error message for illegal call to `block` (Björn Peemöller).
* Text.Pandoc.Shared:
- - Put `warn` in MonadIO.
- - `fetchItem`: Better handling of protocol-relative URL (#2635). If
- URL starts with `//` and there is no "base URL" (as there would be
- if a URL were used on the command line), then default to http:.
+ + Put `warn` in MonadIO.
+ + `fetchItem`: Better handling of protocol-relative URL (#2635). If
+ URL starts with `//` and there is no "base URL" (as there would be
+ if a URL were used on the command line), then default to http:.
* Export Text.Pandoc.getDefaultExtensions \[API change\] (#3178).