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markdown_helper: supports file inclusion for GitHub Flavored Markdown, plus page table-of-contents.

debug_helper: shows analysis of an object, sometimes recursively.

structured_log: supports nested sections, timestamp/duration, and exception rescue.

test_values (new): supports named values to be used in testing.

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Burdette Lamar
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