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Re: A number of the Tidy Feature Requests have been reviewed

From: Charles Reitzel <creitzel@rcn.com>
Date: Sun, 22 Dec 2002 11:59:25 -0500
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To: Terry Teague <terry_teague@users.sourceforge.net>
Cc: html-tidy@w3.org, tidy-develop@lists.sourceforge.net

A great many were duplicates.  And many more had been closed previously, 
but the SF Tracker has an annoying tendency to re-open any ticket you even 
look at while logged in.   So, please be careful to only re-open those that 
you mean to and/or that there isn't a duplicate entry.

The outstanding queue is still very large.   So, if the need is urgent, 
your best bet - as always - is to implement the change yourself and submit 
a patch.

I also picked some of the low hanging fruit off the bug list.  Basically, I 
was doing a review to see what are the critical issues before going "live" 
with TidyLib.  I didn't see any show stoppers, but I  might be biased.

As far as new development goes, I believe we have consensus that the next 
major effort is proper internal transcoding to/from Unicode/10646.  But I 
think this should wait until after we switch over.

take it easy,

At 09:18 PM 12/21/2002 -0800, Terry Teague wrote:

>Dear Folks,
>Charlie recently reviewed a bunch of the outstanding Feature Requests for 
>Tidy, and set many of them to "Pending" meaning the request has either 
>been addressed, or rejected. Some were set to "Pending" without further 
>So if you weren't already notified automatically of a change in status of 
>your favorite Tidy Feature Request, maybe because you entered the Feature 
>Request anonymously, it might behoove you to visit the Feature Requests 
>tracker, as "Pending" items get automatically closed after 15 days, and 
>they fall off the radar.
>Visit <http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?group_id=27659> for more information.
>Regards, Terry
Received on Sunday, 22 December 2002 11:54:40 UTC

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