[sword-devel] Question about use of note elements
chrislit at crosswire.org
Fri Jul 20 15:05:23 MST 2012
On 07/20/2012 01:42 PM, Karl Kleinpaste wrote:
> Andrew Thule <thulester at gmail.com> writes:
>> Chris, the '%2B' is a bug then. Is there a bug submission process for
>> Xiphos I can poke?
> If it were a Xiphos bug, from the menubar: Help -> Report Bug.
> But I don't perceive this as a Xiphos bug. I believe the engine filter
> is where the mistake has occurred. I don't understand why the '+'
> character would be interpreted to its %2B hex equivalent.
You're right, it was in the filter. I just removed the URL encoding of
the footnote marker. If any application actually depends on footnote
markers being URL-encoded, I would strenuously argue that it should do
the encoding itself. But there's a chance that the encoding was simply a
mistake and has never been noticed because markers are generally
> Also, typically notes of this sort are labeled by letters or digits. Is
> there a reason why you're using non-alphanumerics?
Asterisks, obelisks, etc. are fairly common as footnote markers, too.
OSIS should have no objection to their use in the note's n attribute.
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