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Bug#820119: marked as done (tidy reports valid NCR as invalid)

Your message dated Fri, 10 Nov 2017 17:39:43 +0100
with message-id <8a66ba6d-2fa8-0448-b299-b0f7a86d7105@debian.org>
and subject line Re: Bug#820119: tidy reports valid NCR as invalid
has caused the Debian Bug report #820119,
regarding tidy reports valid NCR as invalid
to be marked as done.

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Package: www.debian.org
Severity: wishlist

HTML, XHTML and XML 1.0 do not support the C0 range, 
except for HT (Horizontal Tabulation) U+0009, LF (Line Feed) U+000A, 
and CR (Carriage Return) U+000D. 
The C1 range is supported, i.e. you can encode the controls directly 
or represent them as NCRs (Numeric Character References).

The control codes in the range U+0080-U+009F are known as the "C1" range.

unfortunately no option seems to eliminate this :(
latest source use the same code (line 1165-)

no need to CC me :-)

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Hello Neil
Thank you very much for the research and for the patch.

Yesterday I created an additional "validate_sp" script including your
patch, that was run right after the usual one, to be able to compare the
output of both programs.

Everything went ok, and validate_sp reported the same other validation
issues (the real ones), but not these kind of "false positives".

Today I've just merged the patch in the usual validate script and
removed the temporary ones.

This bug can be closed, then. From tomorrow on we shouldn't get more
"Tidy validation failed" messages due to emoji characters.

Thanks again!

Laura Arjona Reina

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