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* Moved tests/ -> test/.John MacFarlane2017-02-04
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* Fixed some compiler warnings in tests.John MacFarlane2017-01-30
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* Removed readerVerbosity and writerVerbosity.John MacFarlane2017-01-25
| | | | | | API change. Also added a verbosity parameter to makePDF.
* Removed unneeded imports.John MacFarlane2017-01-25
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* Made `smart` extension default for pandoc markdown.John MacFarlane2017-01-25
| | | | Updated tests.
* Removed readerSmart and the --smart option; added Ext_smart extension.John MacFarlane2017-01-25
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | Now you will need to do -f markdown+smart instead of -f markdown --smart This change opens the way for writers, in addition to readers, to be sensitive to +smart, but this change hasn't yet been made. API change. Command-line option change. Updated manual.
* Make Extensions a custom type instead of a Set Extension.John MacFarlane2017-01-25
| | | | | | | | | The type is implemented in terms of an underlying bitset which should be more efficient. API change: from Text.Pandoc.Extensions export Extensions, emptyExtensions, extensionsFromList, enableExtension, disableExtension, extensionEnabled.
* Removed `--normalize` option and normalization functions from Shared.John MacFarlane2017-01-25
| | | | | | | | | | | | | * Removed normalize, normalizeInlines, normalizeBlocks from Text.Pandoc.Shared. These shouldn't now be necessary, since normalization is handled automatically by the Builder monoid instance. * Remove `--normalize` command-line option. * Don't use normalize in tests. * A few revisions to readers so they work well without normalize.
* Added ReaderOptions parameter to readNative.John MacFarlane2017-01-25
| | | | | | This makes it similar to the other readers -- even though ReaderOptions is essentially ignored, the uniformity is nice.
* Class: no more MonadState CommonState.John MacFarlane2017-01-25
| | | | | | | - Added getCommonState, putCommonState, getsCommonState, modifyCommonState to PandocMonad interface. - Removed MonadState CommonState instances.
* ODT test: remove unnecessary imports.Jesse Rosenthal2017-01-25
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* Make Txt2Tags test pass.Jesse Rosenthal2017-01-25
| | | | | We don't have a good way to set things that aren't in the common state. That will be the next order of business.
* Update all tests to use new readers and error structure.Jesse Rosenthal2017-01-25
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* Changed readNative to use PandocMonad.John MacFarlane2017-01-25
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* Update tests to work with runPure.John MacFarlane2017-01-25
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* Org reader: allow short hand for single-line raw blocksAlbert Krewinkel2017-01-19
| | | | | | | Single-line raw blocks can be given via `#+FORMAT: raw line`, where `FORMAT` must be one of `latex`, `beamer`, `html`, or `texinfo`. Closes: #3366
* Org reader: accept org-ref citations followed by commasAlbert Krewinkel2017-01-06
| | | | | Bugfix for an issue which, whenever the citation was immediately followed by a comma, prevented correct parsing of org-ref citations.
* Org reader: ensure emphasis markup can be nestedAlbert Krewinkel2017-01-05
| | | | | Nested emphasis markup (e.g. `/*strong and emphasized*/`) was interpreted incorrectly in that the inner markup was not recognized.
* markdown reader: disallow space between inline code and attributes (#3326)Mauro Bieg2016-12-24
| | | closes #3323
* Test case for issue #3223 (#3308)hubertp-lshift2016-12-13
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* Test case for bug 2752 (#3306)hubertp-lshift2016-12-13
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* Docx reader: Ensure one-row tables don't have header.Jesse Rosenthal2016-12-08
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | Tables in MS Word are set by default to have special first-row formatting, which pandoc uses to determine whether or not they have a header. This means that one-row tables will, by default, have only a header -- which we imagine is not what people want. This change ensures that a one-row table is not understood to be a header only. Note that this means that it is impossible to produce a header-only table from docx, even though it is legal pandoc. But we believe that in nearly all cases, it will be an accidental (and unwelcome) result Closes #3285.
* Options: Removed writerStandalone, made writerTemplate a Maybe.John MacFarlane2016-11-30
| | | | | | | | 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. [API change]
* [odt] Infer table's caption from the paragraph (#3224)hubertp-lshift2016-11-26
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | 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 'TableCaption' style name for the caption paragraph. This commit follows the open office approach which allows for appending captions to table but uses a built-in style named 'Table' instead of 'TableCaption'. Any users of odt format (both writer and reader) are therefore required to change the style's name to 'Table', if necessary.
* Org reader: Ensure images in paragraphs are not parsed as figuresAlbert Krewinkel2016-11-19
| | | | | This fixes a regression introduced in 7e5220b57c5a48fabe6e43ba270db812593d3463.
* HTML reader: only treat "a" element as link if it has href.John MacFarlane2016-11-13
| | | | | | Otherwise treat as span. Closes #3226.
* Org reader: allow HTML attribs on non-figure imagesAlbert Krewinkel2016-11-09
| | | | | | | | | | | 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 `50%`: #+ATTR_HTML: :width 50% [[file:image.jpg]] Closes: #3222
* Inline code when text has a special styleHubert Plociniczak2016-11-08
| | | | | | | | | | | | 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. Addapted an odt 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.
* Org reader: support `ATTR_HTML` for special blocksAlbert Krewinkel2016-10-30
| | | | | | | | | 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. Closes: #3182
* Org reader: support the `todo` export optionAlbert Krewinkel2016-10-30
| | | | | | 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.
* Org reader: add support for todo-markersAlbert Krewinkel2016-10-30
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | 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 custom todo-markers are defined, the default `TODO` and `DONE` markers are used. Todo-markers are conceptually separate from headline text and are hence excluded when autogenerating headline IDs. The markers are rendered as spans and labelled with two classes: One class is the markers name, the other signals the todo-state of the marker (either `todo` or `done`).
* Markdown Reader: add attributes for autolink (#3183)Daniele D'Orazio2016-10-26
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* Export Text.Pandoc.Error in Text.Pandoc.John MacFarlane2016-10-24
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* Tighten up parsing of raw email addresses.John MacFarlane2016-10-23
| | | | | | | | | | Technically `**@user` is a valid email address, but if we allow things like this, we get bad results in markdown flavors that autolink raw email addresses. (See #2940.) So we exclude a few valid email addresses in order to avoid these more common bad cases. Closes #2940.
* Merge pull request #3165 from hubertp-lshift/feature/odt-imageJohn MacFarlane2016-10-18
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| * Infer caption from the text following the imgHubert Plociniczak2016-10-17
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | Frame can contain other frames with the text boxes. This is something that has not been considered before and meant that the whole construction of images was broken in those cases. Also the captions were fixed/ignored.
* | RST reader: Add test for space-before-note.Jesse Rosenthal2016-10-17
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* | Org reader: allow figure with empty captionAlbert Krewinkel2016-10-14
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | A `#+CAPTION` attribute before an image is enough to turn an image into a figure. This wasn't the case because the `parseFromString` function, which processes the caption value, would fail on empty values. Adding a newline character to the caption value fixes this. Fixes: #3161
* | Remove Tests.ArbitraryJesse Rosenthal2016-10-14
| | | | | | | | Use exported Arbitrary instances from pandoc-types instead.
* | Parse line-oriented markup as LineBlockAlbert Krewinkel2016-10-13
|/ | | | | | | | Markup-features focusing on lines as distinctive part of the markup are read into `LineBlock` elements. This currently means line blocks in reStructuredText and Markdown (the latter only if the `line_block` extension is enabled), the `linegroup`/`line` combination from the Docbook 5.1 working draft, and Org-mode `VERSE` blocks.
* Org reader: respect unnumbered header propertyAlbert Krewinkel2016-08-30
| | | | | | | | | | | Sections the `unnumbered` property should, as the name implies, be excluded from the automatic numbering of section provided by some output formats. The Pandoc convention for this is to add an "unnumbered" class to the header. The reader treats properties as key-value pairs per default, so a special case is added to translate the above property to a class instead. Closes #3095.
* Merge branch 'org-meta-handling'Albert Krewinkel2016-08-29
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| * Org reader: respect `creator` export optionAlbert Krewinkel2016-08-29
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | The `creator` option controls whether the creator meta-field should be included in the final markup. Setting `#+OPTIONS: creator:nil` will drop the creator field from the final meta-data output. Org-mode recognizes the special value `comment` for this field, causing the creator to be included in a comment. This is difficult to translate to Pandoc internals and is hence interpreted the same as other truish values (i.e. the meta field is kept if it's present).
| * Org reader: respect `email` export optionAlbert Krewinkel2016-08-29
| | | | | | | | | | | | The `email` option controls whether the email meta-field should be included in the final markup. Setting `#+OPTIONS: email:nil` will drop the email field from the final meta-data output.
| * Org reader: respect `author` export optionAlbert Krewinkel2016-08-29
| | | | | | | | | | | | The `author` option controls whether the author should be included in the final markup. Setting `#+OPTIONS: author:nil` will drop the author from the final meta-data output.
| * Put Org reader export option tests into test groupAlbert Krewinkel2016-08-29
| | | | | | | | | | Using a separate test group instead of prefixing the test subject should be clearer than the current approach.
| * Org reader: read HTML_head as header-includesAlbert Krewinkel2016-08-29
| | | | | | | | | | | | HTML-specific head content can be defined in `#+HTML_head` lines. They are parsed as format-specific inlines to ensure that they will only show up in HTML output.
| * Org reader: set classoption meta from LaTeX_class_optionsAlbert Krewinkel2016-08-29
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| * Org reader: set documentclass meta from LaTeX_classAlbert Krewinkel2016-08-29
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| * Org reader: read LaTeX_header as header-includesAlbert Krewinkel2016-08-29
| | | | | | | | | | | | LaTeX-specific header commands can be defined in `#+LaTeX_header` lines. They are parsed as format-specific inlines to ensure that they will only show up in LaTeX output.