Opened 6 months ago

Closed 6 months ago

#14663 closed enhancement (fixed)

pygments-2.8.0 (Python Module)

Reported by: Douglas R. Reno Owned by: Douglas R. Reno
Priority: normal Milestone: 10.1
Component: BOOK Version: SVN
Severity: normal Keywords:
Cc:

Description

New minor version

Change History (3)

comment:1 by Douglas R. Reno, 6 months ago

Owner: changed from blfs-book to Douglas R. Reno
Status: newassigned

comment:2 by Douglas R. Reno, 6 months ago

Version 2.8.0
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(released February 14, 2021)

- Added lexers:

  * AMDGPU (#1626)
  * CDDL (#1379, #1239)
  * Futhark (#1691)
  * Graphviz/DOT (#1657, #731)

- Updated lexers:

  * AutoIt: Support single quoted strings (#1667, #1663)
  * C/C++ & related: Fix mishandling '*/' (#1695)
  * Cocoa: Add builtin types (#1703)
  * Console (#1672)
  * Eiffel: Fix performance issues (#1658)
  * Fortran: Improve combined keyword detection (#1677, #1188)
  * J: Fix operator ``?`` lexing (#1700, #1149)
  * JavaScript/TypeScript: Fix escapes in backtick strings (#1679, #1686)
  * Kotlin: Improve string interpolation, modifier keyword handling, and various small issues (#1699)
  * LESS: Support single-line comments (#1046)
  * Matlab:

    - Add support for class properties (#1466)
    - Update builtin functions (#1705)
    - Various cleanups (#1673)

  * Python: Improve handling of raw f-strings (#1681, #1683)
  * Ruby: Better method name handling (#1531)
  * Stata: Updated keywords (#1470)
  
- Added styles:

  * Material (#1662)
  * Zenburn (#1659)
  
- The `pygmentize` script now uses `argparse`, all options should work
  as before

- Add `pygmentize -C` option to guess a lexer from content

- With this release, Pygments moves to a new internal testing system (#1649.)
  See ``Contributing.md`` for details. The main advantage of this new change
  is a much better test coverage of all existing example lexers. It also makes
  it much easier to add new test snippets.
- Make guessing prefer Python 3 lexer
- Do not guess MIME or SQL without reason
- Changed setuptools to use a declarative config through ``setup.cfg``.
  Building Pygments now requires setuptools 39.2+.
- Add markdown to MarkdownLexer aliases (#1687)
- Change line number handling

  * In ``<table>`` based output, the ``td.linenos`` element will have either a
    ``normal`` or ``special`` class attached. Previously, only ``special`` line
    numbers got a class. This prevents styles from getting applied twice -
    once via ``<pre>``, once via ``<span class="special">``. This also means
    that ``td.linenos pre`` is no longer styled, instead, use
    ``td.linenos .normal`` and ``td.linenos .special``.
  * In the "inline" style, the DOM element order was changed. The line number
    is added first, then the line is wrapped is wrapped by the highlighter.
    This fixes lines not being fully highlighted.
  * The visual output for inline and non-inline line numbers & highlighting,
    as well as class-based and inline styling is now consistent.
  * Line number styles are set to ``background-color: transparent`` and
    ``color: inherit`` by default. This works much better with dark styles
    which don't have colors set for line numbers.

- Remove "raw" alias from RawTokenLexer, so that it cannot be
  selected by alias.
- Fix RawTokenLexer to work in Python 3 and handle exceptions.
- Add prompt colors to the Solarized theme (#1529)
- Image formatter supports background colors now (#1374)
- Add support for anchors in conjunction with inline line numbers (#1591)
- Modernize the codebase using ``pyupgrade`` (#1622)
- Add support for line numbers to the ``terminal256`` formatter (#1674, #1653)
- Improve ``analyze_text`` logic for ``ECL`` (#1610)
- Improve ``analyze_text`` logic for ``CBM Basic V2`` (#1607)
- Improve LaTeX formatter (#1708, #1709)

comment:3 by Douglas R. Reno, 6 months ago

Resolution: fixed
Status: assignedclosed

Fixed at r24227

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