Rails changed default html rendering to "safe mode" by default, escaping html chars, etc.
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using <%=raw seems to fix the issue, you may want to add that to the docs
problem still exists for the default laquo; and raquo; when linked.
Thanks for reporting.
Can't I somehow mark these strings as "untainted", so I don't have to explicitly use raw?
I'm not sure since I haven't dug the new rails code extensively, but I see this in
my best guess is that you can declare that the output is .html_safe!
please also check this commit: http://github.com/rails/rails/commit/cc1ad46eadfad2c617d897927eb4bc0c36e1d033
fixed in the "rails3" branch
I don't know when will it be merged back into "agnostic", or even "master", but until then you can simply use the aforementioned branch without worries