I’ve got a really weird problem with a page that uses Vue.js on it: https://www.raymondcamden.com/stats
In order for Jekyll not to try to use my Vue tokens, I wrapped the code Vue was working with in raw and endraw tags. You can see the source here: https://github.com/cfjedimaster/raymondcamden2018/blob/master/stats.md
On my local machine, running Jekyll 4, everything works fine. In production, also running Jekyll 4, the anchor tags in the first two lines of my stats had their brackets escaped. The rest of the Vue application works just fine, but since the anchor tag is escaped, Vue can’t replace the URL.
Any ideas? As a test, I added two simple links, one inside the div where Vue is working and one outside. Both are left alone. So it seems that Jekyll sees
<a :href="firstPost.url"> and decides it needs to escape the anchor (but again, only in production).