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metatags: improve display syntax and add deprecated tag.
icons: try to use consistent size of icons for dashboard.
meta-tags: cleanup support for metatags. - fixes problem of html-escape + supported link - no longer extract url from description, you have to use new url => tag - tags are extracted to the beginning of the description during rendering - show helpers in proper places in groups/repos/forks
markup: use cached version of http pattern for urlify_text. This increases performance because we don't have to compile the pattern each time we execute this commonly used function.
files: make the copy of the file use safe path. This fixes problem with non-ascii ones.
helpers: make sure request parameter is not rendered inside secure form.
db: use LONGTEXT for mysql in user_logs. Fixes #5385, problem with mysql rejecting insert because of too long json data. - simple case of lots of users in user group can cause mysql to fail on insert
Marcin Lulek
integrations: webhook, allow to set a custom header. Fixes #5384
routes: add parent_group in add repository link on repo groups. Was lost in pyramid migration.
auth-tokens: fix placeholder text
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