[kramdown-users] Zcaron/zcaron not valid HTML references
matt at tidbits.com
Tue Jul 6 15:08:23 EDT 2010
On or about 7/6/10 11:51 AM, thus spake "Eric Sunshine"
<sunshine at sunshineco.com>:
> On 7/6/2010 1:33 PM, Matt Neuburg wrote:
>> No. If the actual character appears in input, leave it alone. UTF8
>> characters are legal in XHTML / XML.
>> This is also in keeping with the promise already given by Thomas Leitner
>> (and I quote):
>>> The kramdown parser (as well as the new
>>> HTML parser) doesn't convert between encodings or change normal
>>> characters to entities. Whatever string you give to kramdown comes out
>>> in the same encoding.
>> Actually, I thought that the example given in this email, namely the string
>> Blaž, would have fallen into the field of this promise as well.
>> kramdown should not change literal entities or literal characters. m.
> Taken literally, Thomas's statement does not apply to this case. An
> entity (á) is not a literal character (á), and vice-versa.
I agree, taken literally; there are no two ways about that. But besides the
letter of the law, there is such a thing as the spirit of the law. My note
is meant to suggest what the spirit should be. :) m.
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