[Closure-devel] Bug in html parsing
ctlaux at gmail.com
Sun Jun 8 15:26:01 UTC 2014
If that is not valid html, should it not raise an error instead of
returning an incorrect parse tree?
Is there any way of making it parse it the way it is written anyway?
Am 08.06.2014 17:16 schrieb "Ben Hyde" <bhyde at pobox.com>:
> Ah, the joys of HTML - see, for example:
> On Jun 8, 2014, at 9:47 AM, Christopher Laux <ctlaux at gmail.com> wrote:
> I think I've found a bug in closure. If I execute
> (chtml:parse "<small><p>test1</p><p>test2</p></small>"
> > (:HTML NIL (:HEAD NIL)
> (:BODY NIL (:SMALL NIL) (:P NIL (:SMALL NIL "test1")) (:P NIL "test2")))
> I get that incorrect parse tree. The example is taken from a real website
> and the same happens inside the entire page. That happens both with the
> current git version and the quicklisp version (which might just be the same
> Any help?
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