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Created by martin massera on 2019-08-22 and last modified on 2019-08-22
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523. By martin massera on 2019-08-22

Adding documentation for parsing HTML content in the "Modifying .string" section

522. By Leonard Richardson on 2019-08-22

Test the ability to build a tree using objects other than Tag and NavigableString.

521. By Leonard Richardson on 2019-08-21

When instantiating a BeautifulSoup object, it's now possible to
   provide replacement classes to be instantiated for every tag ('tag_class')
   or string ('string_class') encountered during parsing, rather than
   using the default Tag and NavigableString objects.

520. By Leonard Richardson on 2019-08-21

Copying a Tag preserves information that was originally obtained from
   the TreeBuilder used to build the original Tag. [bug=1838903]

519. By Leonard Richardson on 2019-08-21

Explicitly set preserve_whitespace_tags to None if there is no TreeBuilder.

518. By Leonard Richardson on 2019-08-21

Fixed a crash when pretty-printing tags that were not created
   during initial parsing. [bug=1838903]

517. By Leonard Richardson on 2019-07-22

Added a section about project support to the README.

516. By Leonard Richardson on 2019-07-21

Implemented line number tracking for html5lib.

515. By Leonard Richardson on 2019-07-21

Adapt Chris Mayo's code to track line number and position when using html.parser.

514. By Leonard Richardson on 2019-07-20

Minor changes to docs and CHANGELOG.

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