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CTAN update: markdown

Date: September 15, 2020 8:14:59 PM CEST
Vít Novotný submitted an update to the markdown package. Version number: 2.9.0 2020-09-14 License type: lppl1.3 Summary description: A package for converting and rendering markdown documents inside TeX Announcement text:
Development: - Add support for finalizing and freezing the cache. Fixes: - Fix default definition of `markdownRendererAmpersandPrototype`. - Remove redundant `\label` in contentBlocks LaTeX renderer prototype. - Make LaTeX and ConTeXt implementations also expand `\markdownEnd`. - Fortify I/O in Lua with additional asserts. Documentation: - Fix links in the documentation. - Fix typos in the documentation. - Remove deprecated `filecontents` package. - Do not use package `xcolor`. - Add blank lines to `README.md`. - Add Citing Markdown section to `README.md`. - Add banner to `README.md`. - Cite new CSTUG Bulletin article. Continuous integration: - Use TeX Live 2020. Miscellanea: - Update distribution packaging according to CTAN requirements.
This package is located at http://mirror.ctan.org/macros/generic/markdown More information is at https://www.ctan.org/pkg/markdown
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markdown – A package for converting and rendering markdown documents inside

The package provides facilities for the conversion of markdown markup to plain . These are provided both in form of a Lua module and in form of plain , , and Cont macro packages that enable the direct inclusion of markdown documents inside documents.

Architecturally, the package consists of the Lunamark Lua module by John MacFarlane, which was slimmed down and rewritten for the needs of the package. Lunamark provides speedy markdown parsing for the rest of the package. On top of Lunamark sits code for the plain , , and Cont formats by Vít Novotný.

Packagemarkdown
Version2.9.0 2020-09-14
Copyright2009–2016 John MacFarlane, Hans Hagen
2017–2020 Vít Novotný
MaintainerVít Novotný

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