[Rfc-markdown] Kramdown-rfc 1.2.10 with slightly more robust DOI handling

Carsten Bormann <cabo@tzi.org> Tue, 12 February 2019 09:35 UTC

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Subject: [Rfc-markdown] Kramdown-rfc 1.2.10 with slightly more robust DOI handling
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Kramdown-rfc 1.2.10 is out with slightly more robust handling of names in DOI references.
Unless you use the doilit tool from the command line, you will probably only notice this once the servers are updated.

1.2.10 also references a slightly updated version of the kramdown gem, which should fix crashes in parsing tables that have code spans next to escaped pipe symbols.

As always, update with

	gem update

Grüße, Carsten