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commit bad2b5a6db4a42f90944730f58d729d12526b2b4
parent 0febcaacf63ae87bf1365bf525223d3f3bc5db0d
Author: gearsix <gearsix@tuta.io>
Date:   Fri, 11 Mar 2022 11:07:38 +0000

decided to just use the shared library for cmark

Diffstat:
MMakefile | 2+-
Dinc/cmark.h | 654-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Dinc/cmark_export.h | 42------------------------------------------
Dinc/cmark_version.h | 7-------
Dlib/libcmark.a | 0
5 files changed, 1 insertion(+), 704 deletions(-)

diff --git a/Makefile b/Makefile @@ -1,2 +1,2 @@ all: - ${CC} -Wall -Iinc -Llib -lcmark -o mdoc mdoc.c + ${CC} mdoc.c -Wall -o mdoc -lcmark diff --git a/inc/cmark.h b/inc/cmark.h @@ -1,654 +0,0 @@ -#ifndef CMARK_H -#define CMARK_H - -#include <stdio.h> -#include <cmark_export.h> -#include <cmark_version.h> - -#ifdef __cplusplus -extern "C" { -#endif - -/** # NAME - * - * **cmark** - CommonMark parsing, manipulating, and rendering - */ - -/** # DESCRIPTION - * - * ## Simple Interface - */ - -/** Convert 'text' (assumed to be a UTF-8 encoded string with length - * 'len') from CommonMark Markdown to HTML, returning a null-terminated, - * UTF-8-encoded string. It is the caller's responsibility - * to free the returned buffer. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT -char *cmark_markdown_to_html(const char *text, size_t len, int options); - -/** ## Node Structure - */ - -typedef enum { - /* Error status */ - CMARK_NODE_NONE, - - /* Block */ - CMARK_NODE_DOCUMENT, - CMARK_NODE_BLOCK_QUOTE, - CMARK_NODE_LIST, - CMARK_NODE_ITEM, - CMARK_NODE_CODE_BLOCK, - CMARK_NODE_HTML_BLOCK, - CMARK_NODE_CUSTOM_BLOCK, - CMARK_NODE_PARAGRAPH, - CMARK_NODE_HEADING, - CMARK_NODE_THEMATIC_BREAK, - - CMARK_NODE_FIRST_BLOCK = CMARK_NODE_DOCUMENT, - CMARK_NODE_LAST_BLOCK = CMARK_NODE_THEMATIC_BREAK, - - /* Inline */ - CMARK_NODE_TEXT, - CMARK_NODE_SOFTBREAK, - CMARK_NODE_LINEBREAK, - CMARK_NODE_CODE, - CMARK_NODE_HTML_INLINE, - CMARK_NODE_CUSTOM_INLINE, - CMARK_NODE_EMPH, - CMARK_NODE_STRONG, - CMARK_NODE_LINK, - CMARK_NODE_IMAGE, - - CMARK_NODE_FIRST_INLINE = CMARK_NODE_TEXT, - CMARK_NODE_LAST_INLINE = CMARK_NODE_IMAGE -} cmark_node_type; - -/* For backwards compatibility: */ -#define CMARK_NODE_HEADER CMARK_NODE_HEADING -#define CMARK_NODE_HRULE CMARK_NODE_THEMATIC_BREAK -#define CMARK_NODE_HTML CMARK_NODE_HTML_BLOCK -#define CMARK_NODE_INLINE_HTML CMARK_NODE_HTML_INLINE - -typedef enum { - CMARK_NO_LIST, - CMARK_BULLET_LIST, - CMARK_ORDERED_LIST -} cmark_list_type; - -typedef enum { - CMARK_NO_DELIM, - CMARK_PERIOD_DELIM, - CMARK_PAREN_DELIM -} cmark_delim_type; - -typedef struct cmark_node cmark_node; -typedef struct cmark_parser cmark_parser; -typedef struct cmark_iter cmark_iter; - -/** - * ## Custom memory allocator support - */ - -/** Defines the memory allocation functions to be used by CMark - * when parsing and allocating a document tree - */ -typedef struct cmark_mem { - void *(*calloc)(size_t, size_t); - void *(*realloc)(void *, size_t); - void (*free)(void *); -} cmark_mem; - -/** Returns a pointer to the default memory allocator. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT cmark_mem *cmark_get_default_mem_allocator(void); - -/** - * ## Creating and Destroying Nodes - */ - -/** Creates a new node of type 'type'. Note that the node may have - * other required properties, which it is the caller's responsibility - * to assign. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT cmark_node *cmark_node_new(cmark_node_type type); - -/** Same as `cmark_node_new`, but explicitly listing the memory - * allocator used to allocate the node. Note: be sure to use the same - * allocator for every node in a tree, or bad things can happen. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT cmark_node *cmark_node_new_with_mem(cmark_node_type type, - cmark_mem *mem); - -/** Frees the memory allocated for a node and any children. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT void cmark_node_free(cmark_node *node); - -/** - * ## Tree Traversal - */ - -/** Returns the next node in the sequence after 'node', or NULL if - * there is none. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT cmark_node *cmark_node_next(cmark_node *node); - -/** Returns the previous node in the sequence after 'node', or NULL if - * there is none. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT cmark_node *cmark_node_previous(cmark_node *node); - -/** Returns the parent of 'node', or NULL if there is none. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT cmark_node *cmark_node_parent(cmark_node *node); - -/** Returns the first child of 'node', or NULL if 'node' has no children. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT cmark_node *cmark_node_first_child(cmark_node *node); - -/** Returns the last child of 'node', or NULL if 'node' has no children. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT cmark_node *cmark_node_last_child(cmark_node *node); - -/** - * ## Iterator - * - * An iterator will walk through a tree of nodes, starting from a root - * node, returning one node at a time, together with information about - * whether the node is being entered or exited. The iterator will - * first descend to a child node, if there is one. When there is no - * child, the iterator will go to the next sibling. When there is no - * next sibling, the iterator will return to the parent (but with - * a 'cmark_event_type' of `CMARK_EVENT_EXIT`). The iterator will - * return `CMARK_EVENT_DONE` when it reaches the root node again. - * One natural application is an HTML renderer, where an `ENTER` event - * outputs an open tag and an `EXIT` event outputs a close tag. - * An iterator might also be used to transform an AST in some systematic - * way, for example, turning all level-3 headings into regular paragraphs. - * - * void - * usage_example(cmark_node *root) { - * cmark_event_type ev_type; - * cmark_iter *iter = cmark_iter_new(root); - * - * while ((ev_type = cmark_iter_next(iter)) != CMARK_EVENT_DONE) { - * cmark_node *cur = cmark_iter_get_node(iter); - * // Do something with `cur` and `ev_type` - * } - * - * cmark_iter_free(iter); - * } - * - * Iterators will never return `EXIT` events for leaf nodes, which are nodes - * of type: - * - * * CMARK_NODE_HTML_BLOCK - * * CMARK_NODE_THEMATIC_BREAK - * * CMARK_NODE_CODE_BLOCK - * * CMARK_NODE_TEXT - * * CMARK_NODE_SOFTBREAK - * * CMARK_NODE_LINEBREAK - * * CMARK_NODE_CODE - * * CMARK_NODE_HTML_INLINE - * - * Nodes must only be modified after an `EXIT` event, or an `ENTER` event for - * leaf nodes. - */ - -typedef enum { - CMARK_EVENT_NONE, - CMARK_EVENT_DONE, - CMARK_EVENT_ENTER, - CMARK_EVENT_EXIT -} cmark_event_type; - -/** Creates a new iterator starting at 'root'. The current node and event - * type are undefined until 'cmark_iter_next' is called for the first time. - * The memory allocated for the iterator should be released using - * 'cmark_iter_free' when it is no longer needed. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT -cmark_iter *cmark_iter_new(cmark_node *root); - -/** Frees the memory allocated for an iterator. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT -void cmark_iter_free(cmark_iter *iter); - -/** Advances to the next node and returns the event type (`CMARK_EVENT_ENTER`, - * `CMARK_EVENT_EXIT` or `CMARK_EVENT_DONE`). - */ -CMARK_EXPORT -cmark_event_type cmark_iter_next(cmark_iter *iter); - -/** Returns the current node. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT -cmark_node *cmark_iter_get_node(cmark_iter *iter); - -/** Returns the current event type. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT -cmark_event_type cmark_iter_get_event_type(cmark_iter *iter); - -/** Returns the root node. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT -cmark_node *cmark_iter_get_root(cmark_iter *iter); - -/** Resets the iterator so that the current node is 'current' and - * the event type is 'event_type'. The new current node must be a - * descendant of the root node or the root node itself. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT -void cmark_iter_reset(cmark_iter *iter, cmark_node *current, - cmark_event_type event_type); - -/** - * ## Accessors - */ - -/** Returns the user data of 'node'. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT void *cmark_node_get_user_data(cmark_node *node); - -/** Sets arbitrary user data for 'node'. Returns 1 on success, - * 0 on failure. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT int cmark_node_set_user_data(cmark_node *node, void *user_data); - -/** Returns the type of 'node', or `CMARK_NODE_NONE` on error. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT cmark_node_type cmark_node_get_type(cmark_node *node); - -/** Like 'cmark_node_get_type', but returns a string representation - of the type, or `"<unknown>"`. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT -const char *cmark_node_get_type_string(cmark_node *node); - -/** Returns the string contents of 'node', or an empty - string if none is set. Returns NULL if called on a - node that does not have string content. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT const char *cmark_node_get_literal(cmark_node *node); - -/** Sets the string contents of 'node'. Returns 1 on success, - * 0 on failure. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT int cmark_node_set_literal(cmark_node *node, const char *content); - -/** Returns the heading level of 'node', or 0 if 'node' is not a heading. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT int cmark_node_get_heading_level(cmark_node *node); - -/* For backwards compatibility */ -#define cmark_node_get_header_level cmark_node_get_heading_level -#define cmark_node_set_header_level cmark_node_set_heading_level - -/** Sets the heading level of 'node', returning 1 on success and 0 on error. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT int cmark_node_set_heading_level(cmark_node *node, int level); - -/** Returns the list type of 'node', or `CMARK_NO_LIST` if 'node' - * is not a list. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT cmark_list_type cmark_node_get_list_type(cmark_node *node); - -/** Sets the list type of 'node', returning 1 on success and 0 on error. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT int cmark_node_set_list_type(cmark_node *node, - cmark_list_type type); - -/** Returns the list delimiter type of 'node', or `CMARK_NO_DELIM` if 'node' - * is not a list. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT cmark_delim_type cmark_node_get_list_delim(cmark_node *node); - -/** Sets the list delimiter type of 'node', returning 1 on success and 0 - * on error. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT int cmark_node_set_list_delim(cmark_node *node, - cmark_delim_type delim); - -/** Returns starting number of 'node', if it is an ordered list, otherwise 0. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT int cmark_node_get_list_start(cmark_node *node); - -/** Sets starting number of 'node', if it is an ordered list. Returns 1 - * on success, 0 on failure. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT int cmark_node_set_list_start(cmark_node *node, int start); - -/** Returns 1 if 'node' is a tight list, 0 otherwise. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT int cmark_node_get_list_tight(cmark_node *node); - -/** Sets the "tightness" of a list. Returns 1 on success, 0 on failure. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT int cmark_node_set_list_tight(cmark_node *node, int tight); - -/** Returns the info string from a fenced code block. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT const char *cmark_node_get_fence_info(cmark_node *node); - -/** Sets the info string in a fenced code block, returning 1 on - * success and 0 on failure. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT int cmark_node_set_fence_info(cmark_node *node, const char *info); - -/** Returns the URL of a link or image 'node', or an empty string - if no URL is set. Returns NULL if called on a node that is - not a link or image. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT const char *cmark_node_get_url(cmark_node *node); - -/** Sets the URL of a link or image 'node'. Returns 1 on success, - * 0 on failure. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT int cmark_node_set_url(cmark_node *node, const char *url); - -/** Returns the title of a link or image 'node', or an empty - string if no title is set. Returns NULL if called on a node - that is not a link or image. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT const char *cmark_node_get_title(cmark_node *node); - -/** Sets the title of a link or image 'node'. Returns 1 on success, - * 0 on failure. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT int cmark_node_set_title(cmark_node *node, const char *title); - -/** Returns the literal "on enter" text for a custom 'node', or - an empty string if no on_enter is set. Returns NULL if called - on a non-custom node. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT const char *cmark_node_get_on_enter(cmark_node *node); - -/** Sets the literal text to render "on enter" for a custom 'node'. - Any children of the node will be rendered after this text. - Returns 1 on success 0 on failure. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT int cmark_node_set_on_enter(cmark_node *node, - const char *on_enter); - -/** Returns the literal "on exit" text for a custom 'node', or - an empty string if no on_exit is set. Returns NULL if - called on a non-custom node. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT const char *cmark_node_get_on_exit(cmark_node *node); - -/** Sets the literal text to render "on exit" for a custom 'node'. - Any children of the node will be rendered before this text. - Returns 1 on success 0 on failure. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT int cmark_node_set_on_exit(cmark_node *node, const char *on_exit); - -/** Returns the line on which 'node' begins. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT int cmark_node_get_start_line(cmark_node *node); - -/** Returns the column at which 'node' begins. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT int cmark_node_get_start_column(cmark_node *node); - -/** Returns the line on which 'node' ends. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT int cmark_node_get_end_line(cmark_node *node); - -/** Returns the column at which 'node' ends. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT int cmark_node_get_end_column(cmark_node *node); - -/** - * ## Tree Manipulation - */ - -/** Unlinks a 'node', removing it from the tree, but not freeing its - * memory. (Use 'cmark_node_free' for that.) - */ -CMARK_EXPORT void cmark_node_unlink(cmark_node *node); - -/** Inserts 'sibling' before 'node'. Returns 1 on success, 0 on failure. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT int cmark_node_insert_before(cmark_node *node, - cmark_node *sibling); - -/** Inserts 'sibling' after 'node'. Returns 1 on success, 0 on failure. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT int cmark_node_insert_after(cmark_node *node, cmark_node *sibling); - -/** Replaces 'oldnode' with 'newnode' and unlinks 'oldnode' (but does - * not free its memory). - * Returns 1 on success, 0 on failure. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT int cmark_node_replace(cmark_node *oldnode, cmark_node *newnode); - -/** Adds 'child' to the beginning of the children of 'node'. - * Returns 1 on success, 0 on failure. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT int cmark_node_prepend_child(cmark_node *node, cmark_node *child); - -/** Adds 'child' to the end of the children of 'node'. - * Returns 1 on success, 0 on failure. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT int cmark_node_append_child(cmark_node *node, cmark_node *child); - -/** Consolidates adjacent text nodes. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT void cmark_consolidate_text_nodes(cmark_node *root); - -/** - * ## Parsing - * - * Simple interface: - * - * cmark_node *document = cmark_parse_document("Hello *world*", 13, - * CMARK_OPT_DEFAULT); - * - * Streaming interface: - * - * cmark_parser *parser = cmark_parser_new(CMARK_OPT_DEFAULT); - * FILE *fp = fopen("myfile.md", "rb"); - * while ((bytes = fread(buffer, 1, sizeof(buffer), fp)) > 0) { - * cmark_parser_feed(parser, buffer, bytes); - * if (bytes < sizeof(buffer)) { - * break; - * } - * } - * document = cmark_parser_finish(parser); - * cmark_parser_free(parser); - */ - -/** Creates a new parser object. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT -cmark_parser *cmark_parser_new(int options); - -/** Creates a new parser object with the given memory allocator - */ -CMARK_EXPORT -cmark_parser *cmark_parser_new_with_mem(int options, cmark_mem *mem); - -/** Frees memory allocated for a parser object. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT -void cmark_parser_free(cmark_parser *parser); - -/** Feeds a string of length 'len' to 'parser'. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT -void cmark_parser_feed(cmark_parser *parser, const char *buffer, size_t len); - -/** Finish parsing and return a pointer to a tree of nodes. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT -cmark_node *cmark_parser_finish(cmark_parser *parser); - -/** Parse a CommonMark document in 'buffer' of length 'len'. - * Returns a pointer to a tree of nodes. The memory allocated for - * the node tree should be released using 'cmark_node_free' - * when it is no longer needed. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT -cmark_node *cmark_parse_document(const char *buffer, size_t len, int options); - -/** Parse a CommonMark document in file 'f', returning a pointer to - * a tree of nodes. The memory allocated for the node tree should be - * released using 'cmark_node_free' when it is no longer needed. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT -cmark_node *cmark_parse_file(FILE *f, int options); - -/** - * ## Rendering - */ - -/** Render a 'node' tree as XML. It is the caller's responsibility - * to free the returned buffer. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT -char *cmark_render_xml(cmark_node *root, int options); - -/** Render a 'node' tree as an HTML fragment. It is up to the user - * to add an appropriate header and footer. It is the caller's - * responsibility to free the returned buffer. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT -char *cmark_render_html(cmark_node *root, int options); - -/** Render a 'node' tree as a groff man page, without the header. - * It is the caller's responsibility to free the returned buffer. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT -char *cmark_render_man(cmark_node *root, int options, int width); - -/** Render a 'node' tree as a commonmark document. - * It is the caller's responsibility to free the returned buffer. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT -char *cmark_render_commonmark(cmark_node *root, int options, int width); - -/** Render a 'node' tree as a LaTeX document. - * It is the caller's responsibility to free the returned buffer. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT -char *cmark_render_latex(cmark_node *root, int options, int width); - -/** - * ## Options - */ - -/** Default options. - */ -#define CMARK_OPT_DEFAULT 0 - -/** - * ### Options affecting rendering - */ - -/** Include a `data-sourcepos` attribute on all block elements. - */ -#define CMARK_OPT_SOURCEPOS (1 << 1) - -/** Render `softbreak` elements as hard line breaks. - */ -#define CMARK_OPT_HARDBREAKS (1 << 2) - -/** `CMARK_OPT_SAFE` is defined here for API compatibility, - but it no longer has any effect. "Safe" mode is now the default: - set `CMARK_OPT_UNSAFE` to disable it. - */ -#define CMARK_OPT_SAFE (1 << 3) - -/** Render raw HTML and unsafe links (`javascript:`, `vbscript:`, - * `file:`, and `data:`, except for `image/png`, `image/gif`, - * `image/jpeg`, or `image/webp` mime types). By default, - * raw HTML is replaced by a placeholder HTML comment. Unsafe - * links are replaced by empty strings. - */ -#define CMARK_OPT_UNSAFE (1 << 17) - -/** Render `softbreak` elements as spaces. - */ -#define CMARK_OPT_NOBREAKS (1 << 4) - -/** - * ### Options affecting parsing - */ - -/** Legacy option (no effect). - */ -#define CMARK_OPT_NORMALIZE (1 << 8) - -/** Validate UTF-8 in the input before parsing, replacing illegal - * sequences with the replacement character U+FFFD. - */ -#define CMARK_OPT_VALIDATE_UTF8 (1 << 9) - -/** Convert straight quotes to curly, --- to em dashes, -- to en dashes. - */ -#define CMARK_OPT_SMART (1 << 10) - -/** - * ## Version information - */ - -/** The library version as integer for runtime checks. Also available as - * macro CMARK_VERSION for compile time checks. - * - * * Bits 16-23 contain the major version. - * * Bits 8-15 contain the minor version. - * * Bits 0-7 contain the patchlevel. - * - * In hexadecimal format, the number 0x010203 represents version 1.2.3. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT -int cmark_version(void); - -/** The library version string for runtime checks. Also available as - * macro CMARK_VERSION_STRING for compile time checks. - */ -CMARK_EXPORT -const char *cmark_version_string(void); - -/** # AUTHORS - * - * John MacFarlane, Vicent Marti, Kārlis Gaņģis, Nick Wellnhofer. - */ - -#ifndef CMARK_NO_SHORT_NAMES -#define NODE_DOCUMENT CMARK_NODE_DOCUMENT -#define NODE_BLOCK_QUOTE CMARK_NODE_BLOCK_QUOTE -#define NODE_LIST CMARK_NODE_LIST -#define NODE_ITEM CMARK_NODE_ITEM -#define NODE_CODE_BLOCK CMARK_NODE_CODE_BLOCK -#define NODE_HTML_BLOCK CMARK_NODE_HTML_BLOCK -#define NODE_CUSTOM_BLOCK CMARK_NODE_CUSTOM_BLOCK -#define NODE_PARAGRAPH CMARK_NODE_PARAGRAPH -#define NODE_HEADING CMARK_NODE_HEADING -#define NODE_HEADER CMARK_NODE_HEADER -#define NODE_THEMATIC_BREAK CMARK_NODE_THEMATIC_BREAK -#define NODE_HRULE CMARK_NODE_HRULE -#define NODE_TEXT CMARK_NODE_TEXT -#define NODE_SOFTBREAK CMARK_NODE_SOFTBREAK -#define NODE_LINEBREAK CMARK_NODE_LINEBREAK -#define NODE_CODE CMARK_NODE_CODE -#define NODE_HTML_INLINE CMARK_NODE_HTML_INLINE -#define NODE_CUSTOM_INLINE CMARK_NODE_CUSTOM_INLINE -#define NODE_EMPH CMARK_NODE_EMPH -#define NODE_STRONG CMARK_NODE_STRONG -#define NODE_LINK CMARK_NODE_LINK -#define NODE_IMAGE CMARK_NODE_IMAGE -#define BULLET_LIST CMARK_BULLET_LIST -#define ORDERED_LIST CMARK_ORDERED_LIST -#define PERIOD_DELIM CMARK_PERIOD_DELIM -#define PAREN_DELIM CMARK_PAREN_DELIM -#endif - -#ifdef __cplusplus -} -#endif - -#endif diff --git a/inc/cmark_export.h b/inc/cmark_export.h @@ -1,42 +0,0 @@ - -#ifndef CMARK_EXPORT_H -#define CMARK_EXPORT_H - -#ifdef CMARK_STATIC_DEFINE -# define CMARK_EXPORT -# define CMARK_NO_EXPORT -#else -# ifndef CMARK_EXPORT -# ifdef cmark_EXPORTS - /* We are building this library */ -# define CMARK_EXPORT __attribute__((visibility("default"))) -# else - /* We are using this library */ -# define CMARK_EXPORT __attribute__((visibility("default"))) -# endif -# endif - -# ifndef CMARK_NO_EXPORT -# define CMARK_NO_EXPORT __attribute__((visibility("hidden"))) -# endif -#endif - -#ifndef CMARK_DEPRECATED -# define CMARK_DEPRECATED __attribute__ ((__deprecated__)) -#endif - -#ifndef CMARK_DEPRECATED_EXPORT -# define CMARK_DEPRECATED_EXPORT CMARK_EXPORT CMARK_DEPRECATED -#endif - -#ifndef CMARK_DEPRECATED_NO_EXPORT -# define CMARK_DEPRECATED_NO_EXPORT CMARK_NO_EXPORT CMARK_DEPRECATED -#endif - -#if 0 /* DEFINE_NO_DEPRECATED */ -# ifndef CMARK_NO_DEPRECATED -# define CMARK_NO_DEPRECATED -# endif -#endif - -#endif /* CMARK_EXPORT_H */ diff --git a/inc/cmark_version.h b/inc/cmark_version.h @@ -1,7 +0,0 @@ -#ifndef CMARK_VERSION_H -#define CMARK_VERSION_H - -#define CMARK_VERSION ((0 << 16) | (30 << 8) | 2) -#define CMARK_VERSION_STRING "0.30.2" - -#endif diff --git a/lib/libcmark.a b/lib/libcmark.a Binary files differ.