golang-github-yuin-goldmark 1.1.12-2 source package in Ubuntu

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golang-github-yuin-goldmark (1.1.12-2) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Source-only upload for migration into testing.

 -- Anthony Fok <email address hidden>  Tue, 31 Dec 2019 16:55:29 -0700

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Uploaded by:
Debian Go Packaging Team on 2020-01-01
Uploaded to:
Sid
Original maintainer:
Debian Go Packaging Team
Architectures:
all
Section:
misc
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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golang-github-yuin-goldmark_1.1.12.orig.tar.gz 204.3 KiB 119afbfd871d72320e659f146c618b4e6760b884b9b503552b282393844ba28a
golang-github-yuin-goldmark_1.1.12-2.debian.tar.xz 2.8 KiB bfb52ab7eda0c6a7c765038fafb5e2560991ba2b760197fd8cbed2e4084a22b6

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golang-github-yuin-goldmark-dev: CommonMark compliant and extensible Markdown parser written in Go

 goldmark is a Markdown parser written in Go. It is easy to extend,
 standard compliant, and well structured. It is compliant with CommonMark 0.29,
 and supports extensions from GitHub Flavored Markdown and PHP Markdown Extra.
 .
 Features:
 .
  * Standard compliant. goldmark gets full compliance with the latest
    CommonMark spec.
  * Extensible. Do you want to add a @username mention syntax to Markdown?
    You can easily do it in goldmark. You can add your AST nodes, parsers
    for block level elements, parsers for inline level elements,
    transformers for paragraphs, transformers for whole AST structure, and
    renderers.
  * Performance. goldmark performs pretty much equally to cmark, the
    CommonMark reference implementation written in C.
  * Robust. goldmark is tested with go-fuzz, a fuzz testing tool.
  * Builtin extensions. goldmark ships with common extensions like tables,
    strikethrough, task lists, and definition lists.
  * Depends only on standard libraries.