blaze-from-html: doctypehtml is lowercase #66

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jabolopes opened this Issue Jun 16, 2012 · 2 comments

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@jabolopes

Hello,

I think this is a bug: blaze-from-html is generating doctypehtml for html5 lowercase.
But in the documentation, in the HTML5 module, the doctypehtml is like this "docTypeHtml".

Cheers,
José

@jaspervdj jaspervdj closed this in 2bf6872 Jun 16, 2012
@jaspervdj
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Thanks for reporting! Fixed and released on Hackage as blaze-from-html-0.3.2.1. Cheers!

@jabolopes

Thank for the fix. Cheers!

@joshado joshado pushed a commit to joshado/pkgsrc-wip that referenced this issue Nov 6, 2013
szptvlfn Update to 0.6.1.1
changes:
0.6.1.1
  - Bump QuickCheck version
0.6.0.0
  - Make base, keygen, source leaf elements
0.5.1.3
  - Bump test-framework dependency
0.5.1.2
  - Bump test-framework dependency
0.5.1.0
  - Add XHTML5 option, patch by Hugo Landau
  - Fix issue regarding docTypeHtml in lowercase
      Closes jaspervdj/blaze-html#66
  - Add preEscapedToHtml
  - Merge pull request #71 from ianbollinger/master
      Increment upper bound on bytestring for GHC 7.6
0.5.0.0
  - Add new renderer modules
0.4.3.4
  - Merge pull request #59 from alevy/master
      Add trustworthy flags to renderers and HTML combinator generators
0.4.3.3
  - Merge pull request #62 from trofi/master
     .cabal: add tests to sdist
       Signed-off-by: Sergei Trofimovich <slyfox@gentoo.org>
  - Remove mistaken comment
0.4.3.2
  - Fix compilation with -Werror
0.4.3.1
  - Export extra Text renderer functions
0.4.3.0
  - Added XHtml1.{Strict,Transitional,FrameSet} modules.
     * Modified Util/GenerateHtmlCombinators to generate these automatically.
     * HtmlVariant now includes a selfClosing field; if True, leaf tags will be self-closed.
     * Modified cabal file to include the new modules in exported modules.
  - Merge remote-tracking branch 'sol/master'
     Update example in documentation of Text.Blaze
       * Use toHtml instead of string
       * Add missing import for forM_
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