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  • v1.0.1.10 Changes

    • Fix sys.path manipulation in so easy_install markdown2-*.tar.gz works. (Henry Precheur pointed out the problem.)
    • "bin/markdown2" is now a stub runner script rather than a symlink to "lib/". The symlink was a problem for sdist: tar makes it a copy.
    • Added 'xml' extra: passes one-liner XML processing instructions and namespaced XML tags without wrapping in a <p> -- i.e. treats them as a HTML block tag.
  • v1.0.1.1 Changes

    • [Issue 3] Fix conversion of unicode strings.
    • โœ… Make the "safe_mode" replacement test overridable via subclassing: change Markdown.html_removed_text.
    • [Issue 2] Fix problems with "safe_mode" removing generated HTML, instead of just raw HTML in the text.
    • โž• Add "-s|--safe" command-line option to set "safe_mode" conversion boolean. This option is mainly for compat with
    • โž• Add "link-patterns" extra: allows one to specify a list of regexes that should be automatically made into links. For example, one can define a mapping for things like "Mozilla Bug 1234":

      regex:  mozilla\s+bug\s+(\d+)

    See for details.

    • โž• Add a "MarkdownWithExtras" class that enables all extras (except "code-friendly"):

      >>> import markdown2
      >>> converter = markdown2.MarkdownWithExtras()
      >>> converter.convert('...TEXT...')
    • [Issue 1] Added "code-color" extra: pygments-based (TODO: link) syntax coloring of code blocks. Requires the pygments Python library on sys.path. See for details.

    • ๐Ÿ‘€ [Issue 1] Added "footnotes" extra: adds support for footnotes syntax. See for details.

  • v1.0.1.0 Changes

    • โž• Added "code-friendly" extra: disables the use of leading and trailing _ and __ for emphasis and strong. These can easily get in the way when writing docs about source code with variable_list_this and when one is not careful about quoting.
    • Full basic Markdown syntax.

    ๐ŸŒฒ (Started maintaining this log 15 Oct 2007. At that point there had been no ๐Ÿš€ releases of python-markdown2.)