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Pandoc is a Haskell library for converting from one markup format to another, and a command-line tool that uses this library. It can read markdown and (subsets of) reStructuredText, HTML, and LaTeX, and it can write markdown, reStructuredText, HTML, LaTeX, ConTeXt, PDF, RTF, DocBook XML, OpenDocument XML, ODT, GNU Texinfo, MediaWiki markup, groff man pages, and S5 HTML slide shows.
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|Keywords||markup converter, Haskell library, markdown writer, markdown, markup, library|
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|188.8.131.52||Jun 13, 2021||New Release||Fix MediaBag regressions (#7345). iIn the 2.14 release --extract-media stopped working as before; there could be mismatches between the paths in the rendered document and the extracted media. This patch makes several changes that restore the earlier behavior (while keeping the same API). The mediaPath in 2.14 was always constructed from the SHA1 hash of the media contents. Now, we preserve the original path unless it’s an absolute path or contains .. segments (in that case we use a path based on the SHA1 hash of the contents).
In Text.Pandoc.MediaBag, mediaDirectory and mediaItems now use the mediaPath, rather than the mediabag key, for the first component of the tuple. This makes more sense, I think, and fits with the documentation of these functions; eventually, though, we should rework the API so that mediaItems returns both the keys and the MediaItems.
In Text.Pandoc.Class.IO, rewriting of source paths in extractMedia has been fixed.
|2.13||Mar 21, 2021||New Release||Support yaml_metadata_block extension for commonmark, gfm (#6537). This support is a bit more limited than with pandoc’s markdown. The YAML block must be the first thing in the input, and the leaf notes are parsed in isolation from the rest of the document. So, for example, you can’t use reference links if the references are defined later in the document.
Fix fallback to default partials when custom templates are used. If the directory containing a template does not contain the partial, it should be sought in the default templates, but this was not working properly (#7164).
Handle nocite better with --biblatex and --natbib (#4585). Previously the nocite metadata field was ignored with these formats. Now it populates a nocite-ids template variable and causes a nocite command to be issued.
Text.Pandoc.Citeproc: apply fixLinks correctly (#7130). This is code that incorporates a prefix like https://doi.org/ into a following link when appropriate.
|2.12||Mar 9, 2021||New Release|