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Right now Maruku only produces XHTML output, but it should be able to produce HTML output instead.
This would fix the self-closing div/iframe issues if I'm not mistaken?
Could you explain the "self-closing div/iframe issues"? I'm not aware of them, and I don't think we have any tests for problems around divs or iframes, so if you have any examples I can make sure to fix that.
If the input says <div></div>, Nokogiri serializes this to <div/>. Which is perfectly equivalent, when interpreted as XHTM, but means something radically different (an opening div tag, with no corresponding closing tag), when interpreted as HTML.
Ideally, an HTML5-aware serializer would be smarter about this (knowing that only "void" elements can have self-closing tags).
inline-html = '<div></div>
=> "<div></div>\n<iframe src=\"http://www.google.com\"></iframe>"
=> "<div /><iframe src='http://www.google.com' />"
I believe self closing div's and several other elements are valid XHTML but not HTML and this causes issues in the browsers I've used. Adding empty space between the elements (i.e. <div> </div>) fixes the problem.
OK, in that case yes, when HTML output is added, it should support this (by virtue of Nokogiri doing the right thing).
+1. The current Maruku (REXML, really) also chokes on html attributes without values.
<span data-myattribute>I cause an `malformed XML: missing tag start` REXML error</span>