files for plugins must have x permission".
hidden behind another notation.
Unfortunately, these ?uri=referer parameters do not work correctly now that coq.inria.fr forces the switch to https before answering any document. See: http://validator.w3.org/docs/help.html#faq-referer I currently see no workaround for that, apart from generating links like ?uri=http://the.real.url/of/my/page, which would be quite painful. For now, users interested in checking the validity of our pages will have to copy-paste the url they want to check after clicking on the validator button.
- For the style of identifiers, coqdoc was using a 'type' attribute of tag <span>. But this attribute isn't a legal attribute of tag <span> according to the xhtml norm. Instead, I propose to use 'title' for that. The coqdoc.css now supports both approaches. - The names of inner links (cross references #foo) were containing arbitrary characters (in the case of a notation string). For instance in Utf8_core : <a name=":type_scope:'∀'_x_'..'_x_','_x"> Instead, when strange characters are detected, we now hash the string via Digest, and use this hexa hash as html label. - And some whitespace before />
To be continued someday, those style files are full of redundancies...
camlp5 empty levels).
Closes #3761. Backport e5f210f
implementation of coqdoc links for modules (#3756). (backport from trunk)
…dentifiers. (backport from trunk)