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Re: Amaya 6.4 File writing bug?!?

From: Laurent Carcone <Laurent.Carcone@inrialpes.fr>
Date: Fri, 11 Oct 2002 15:49:42 +0200
To: kh@waikato.ac.nz
Cc: www-amaya@w3.org
Message-Id: <20021011134942.A50291705A@tux.inrialpes.fr>

> Greetings,
>      I am at present writing a 'web-book' on web applications, using a
> secure server which involves all links being checked by PHP routines - even
> though I use Amaya to produce the documents.  Yesterday I threw a page (as
> a file, thus without benefit of server script execution) with hand-added
> PHP to have a final Amaya check for errors.  The page contained processing
> instructions like 
> .... an <?php glossref("XML") ; ?>-based ....
> There was a bug, so I edited the file in Amaya and wrote it out. 
> Unfortunately, because of the line length Amaya split the above as follows
> .... an <?php glossref("XML") ; ?>
> -based ...
> which, therefore, now produces an unwanted space before the hyphen when
> served through apache and the PHP interpreter.  May I suggest that this is
> actually a bug which should be avoided??

Thanks for your report.
Actually, this case hadn't been taken into account. I have made a modification 
in the CVS version to fix the problem.

>      I have also noticed that it splits argument strings to processing
> instruction functions, etc over lines - which, though probably not the same
> error seems not to be correct - it certainly messes up the script
> operation.
>                 Keith Hopper

I can't reproduce this behaviour. Could you send me a more complete example of 
such an error ?


Laurent Carcone 
Received on Friday, 11 October 2002 09:49:45 UTC

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