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@ 2023-12-12 19:09 'John MacFarlane' via pandoc-announce
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From: 'John MacFarlane' via pandoc-announce @ 2023-12-12 19:09 UTC (permalink / raw)
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I'm pleased to announce the release of pandoc 3.1.10,
available in the usual places:

Binary packages & changelog:

Source & API documentation:

Some changes of note (in addition to many small improvements
and bug fixes):

* Henceforth the pandoc-cli version will be synced with the pandoc
  version, so using cabal or stack to install pandoc-cli-3.1.10
  will get you pandoc version 3.1.10. This means that we will always
  release a new version of pandoc-cli when we release a new version
  of pandoc.

* There is a new commonmark extension, alerts, that enables
  GitHub style markdown alerts (warning, tip, etc.). This currently
  doesn't work with pandoc's markdown, only with commonmark and variants. It is
  enabled by default for gfm.  For more on alerts, see .

* Typst support has been updated to typst v0.10.0 (though support is only
  partial).  Typst can now use CSL styles for citations (specify `csl`
  in the metadata or as a variable when writing typst).

* Word styles now use "Footnote Block Text" instead of "Block Text" style
  for block quotes inside footnotes. (This allows you to select a
  smaller font, as might be appropriate for footnotes.)

* In HTML output, the doc-footnote aria-role is now used with the
  aside element, and doc-endnotes with section.  aside is only used
  for notes at the ends of sections or blocks; if all the notes come
  at the end of the document, section is used so we can have the
  doc-endnotes role.

* In man and ms output, ASCII hyphens (-) are now backslash-escaped.
  The `groff_man (7)` man page indicates that `-` characters will be
  treated as typographic hyphens and are not appropriate for cases
  where the output should be copy-pasteable as an
  ASCII hyphen-minus character.  (E.g. in command line options.)
  However, until a recent update groff man did not actually do this;
  it treated `-` and `\-` the same.  With the new update (1.23.0)
  the two are distinguished (see
  for background), so now it is important that pandoc escape `-`.

* Better treatment of embedded SVGs.

API changes:

* Text.Pandoc.Extension: add Ext_alerts constructor for Extension.
* Text.Pandoc.Shared: export combineAttr.

Thanks to all who contributed or submitted bug reports, especially
new contributor Hikaru Ibayashi.

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