Build(deps): Bump coderay from 1.1.2 to 1.1.3 (PR #9943)

Bumps coderay from 1.1.2 to 1.1.3.

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CodeRay 1.1.3

Diff: https://github.com/rubychan/coderay/compare/v1.1.2...v1.1.3

  • Tokens: Ensure Ruby 2.6 compatibility. [#233, thanks to Jun Aruga]
  • SQL scanner: Add numeric data type. [#223, thanks to m16a1]
  • Java scanner: Add var as type. [#229, thanks to Davide Angelocola]
  • Gem: Fix deprecation warning. [#246, thanks to David Rodríguez]
Changelog

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h1=. CodeRay Version History

p=. This files lists all changes in the CodeRay library since the 0.9.8 release.

h2. Changes in 1.1.3

  • Tokens: Ensure Ruby 2.6 compatibility. [#233, thanks to Jun Aruga]
  • SQL scanner: Add @numeric@ data type. [#223, thanks to m16a1]
  • Java scanner: Add @var@ as type. [#229, thanks to Davide Angelocola]
  • Gem: Fix deprecation warning. [#246, thanks to David Rodríguez]

h2. Changes in 1.1.2

  • Ruby future: Add support for frozen string literals. [#211, thanks to Pat Allan]
  • C++ scanner: Add C++11 keywords. [#195, thanks to Johnny Willemsen]
  • Haml scanner: Allow @-@ in tags.
  • Java scanner: Allow Unicode characters in identifiers. [#212, thanks to t-gergely]

h2. Changes in 1.1.1

  • SQL scanner: Allow @$@ signs in SQL identifiers [#164, thanks to jasir and Ben Basson]
  • SQL scanner: Fix open strings [#163, thanks to Adam]
  • Ruby scanner: Accept number literal suffixes @r@ and @i@ (Ruby 2.1)
  • Ruby scanner: Accept quoted hash keys like @{ "a": boss }@ (Ruby 2.2)
  • Ruby scanner: Accept save navigation operator @&.@ (Ruby 2.3)
  • Ruby scanner: Accept squiggly heredoc @<<~@ (Ruby 2.3)
  • Diff scanner: Prevent running out of regexp stack.
  • HTML encoder: You can keep tabs intact now by setting @tab_width: false@.
  • Alpha style: Tweaked colors for @:function@ group with @:content@.
  • File structure: One module per file, autoload CodeRay::Version, paths follow namespace hierarchy.

h2. Changes in 1.1

New scanners:

  • Go [#28, thanks to Eric Guo and Nathan Youngman]
  • Lua [#21, #22, thanks to Quintus]
  • Sass #93
  • Taskpaper [#39, thanks to shimomura]

More new stuff:

  • @.xaml@ file type [#121, thanks to Kozman Bálint]
  • recognize @Guardfile@, @Vagrantfile@, and @Appraisals@ as Ruby files [#121, thanks to Kozman Bálint]
  • new token kind @:id@ for CSS/Sass #27
  • new token kind @:done@ for Taskpaper #39
  • new token kind @:map@ for Lua, introducing a nice nested-shades trick [#22, thanks to Quintus and Nathan Youngman]
  • new token kind @:unknown@ for Debug scanner
  • new DebugLint encoder that checks for empty tokens and correct nesting
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