MultiMarkdown 3.5 is Available
MultiMarkdown 3.5 is a pretty significant release, including the following:
- IMPORTANT: HTML output is now in HTML5 instead of XHTML. This may break other tools that expected XHTML output and they will need to be updated. Or you can stick with MMD 3.2.
- Several improvements to the Makefile that should allow for greater compatibility across platforms (thanks to Nicolas Legrand and Dan Lowe for their improvements!)
- OPML output now supports Setext style headers
- fixed a bug in the “no labels” option
- fixed bug in metadata extraction
- A few key fixes to the peg-markdown/peg-multimarkdown grammar that significantly improves speed in certain (relatively rare) situations
- Look for HTML5 elements to avoid wrapping them in
- better parsing for reference definitions
- allow footnotes in headers
- fix tabulary support for wide tables in LaTeX
- fix a memory error in peg/leg (thanks to Ali Rantakari and John McFarlane)
- and a few other odds and ends
As usual, you can download various versions from github, or you can build your own:
Please let me know if you find any bugs.