xdm - Just a *really* good MDX compiler. No runtime. With esbuild, Rollup, and webpack plugins

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This is mostly things I wrote for @mdx-js/mdx which are not slated to be released (soon?) plus some further changes that I think are good ideas (source maps, ESM only, defaulting to an automatic JSX runtime, no Babel, smallish browser size, more docs, import/exports in evaluate, esbuild and Rollup plugins). Use Node 12 or later. Then install xdm with either npm or yarn.



@rollup/pluginutils : ^4.0.0
@types/estree-jsx : ^0.0.1
@types/mdx : ^2.0.0
astring : ^1.6.0
estree-util-build-jsx : ^2.0.0
estree-util-is-identifier-name : ^2.0.0
estree-walker : ^3.0.0
got : ^11.0.0
hast-util-to-estree : ^2.0.0
markdown-extensions : ^1.0.0
mdast-util-mdx : ^1.0.0
micromark-extension-mdxjs : ^1.0.0
periscopic : ^3.0.0
remark-parse : ^10.0.0
remark-rehype : ^10.0.0
source-map : ^0.7.0
unified : ^10.0.0
unist-util-position-from-estree : ^1.0.0
unist-util-stringify-position : ^3.0.0
unist-util-visit : ^4.0.0
vfile : ^5.0.0



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