Magnus Manske wrote:
* Brion was copy'n'paste happy today ;-)
* "Works for me" = "Works on my computer if I look at HTML with mark 1
eyeball, but does not pass the parser test". PHP 4.something, tell you
tomorrow. Will check under PHP5
If it doesn't pass the test case, THERE IS SOMETHING WRONG that NEEDS TO BE
FIXED. Just saying it works doesn't solve that. Either the code is wrong or the
test is wrong, and they need to be FIXED.
* "You liked producing invalid XML? :) " -
Sure! :-) Except the only
underscore-to-space conversion (which was suppsed to be the error)
occured in the title attribute of the link, which I changed...
Maybe you're thinking of some different test case than the one your comment was
attached to? That's a test case with an invalid UTF-8 character, *not* some
-- brion vibber (brion @ pobox.com