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Update serialization to use HTML instead of XML #891

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westonruter commented Jan 23, 2018

  • Updates minimum required PHP version to 5.3. The AMP plugin currently supports PHP 5.2. Because of this it has meant that DOMDocument::saveHTML($node) has not available since it was introduced in 5.3. Using saveXML instead causes other problems, including injection of CDATA sections, unbooleanized attributes, and self-closing tags. Instead of trying to work around all of these issues to continue supporting PHP 5.2, I think it would be more sensible to update the minimum requirement to PHP 5.3.
  • Fully deprecates blacklist sanitizer.

westonruter added some commits Jan 23, 2018

Use DOMDocument::saveHTML() instead of saveXML
This prevents CDATA sections, erroneous self-closing tags, and un-booleanized attributes from happening.

@westonruter westonruter force-pushed the update/html-serialization branch from 25b1fd9 to a0ceeac Jan 24, 2018


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westonruter commented Jan 24, 2018

Rebased to resolve merge conflict. Former HEAD was 25b1fd9.

@ThierryA ThierryA merged commit 216ec37 into develop Jan 24, 2018

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JSON Data tags broken #2182

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