[sword-devel] Updating Clarke commentary to become readable
Troy A. Griffitts
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Sun Sep 24 22:24:47 MST 2006
They are commented out in thml->html filters because they are already
valid html. The filters ignore them and let the html renderer do what
it should do. It's odd that gnomesword doesn't work with that. I
wonder if we're stripping them out somewhere else. I'd be interested in
seeing the markup that thmlhtml outputs. Maybe diatheke might be the
easiest way to see that. If you have a chance to try it out with a
problem verse, please let me know what ya get.
Karl Kleinpaste wrote:
> Karl Kleinpaste <karl at charcoal.com> writes:
>> The `&' problem appears to be a bona fide Sword flaw.
> On Troy's urging, with a little more examination, I've found:
> - `&' needs to be preserved as "&" in such a module. ("duh.")
> I changed the script to do that, and...
> - It works and displays just fine in WinSword, which uses the
> ThML=>RTF filter.
> - However, in GnomeSword, using the ThML=>HTML filter, the updated
> "&" simply _disappears_ from the resulting output.
> Troy, there's a substantial herd of EscapeString doodads in
> thmlhtml.cpp with close correlation to similar doodads in
> thmlrtf.cpp... but in thmlhtml.cpp, they're all commented out.
> What's up with that? ThML is definitely on the losing end here.
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