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In one of my unit tests I ask Tidy to parse a string <p class=“Default“>foo bar baz</p> (note the curly quotes; correct HTML would be <p class="Default">foo bar baz</p>). This is breaking on Debian 10 (Tidy 5.6.0) while it was passing in Debian 9 (Tidy 5.2.0). Can you confirm that this behaviour has changed, i.e. Tidy no longer cleans up curly quotes? If yes, is there an option in 5.6 to restore the old behaviour?
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Oops, after doing more tests I realized that my problem report is wrong. The only change seems to be that pytidylib now considers warnings as errors. I will do more research an if necessary post another ticket for that. Sorry for the noise.