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fix(cli): web_dev_server html template serialization (fix #6165) #6166


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@AlainSchneble AlainSchneble commented Jan 29, 2023

What kind of change does this PR introduce?

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I believe this change is safe because this serialization is already used in (note that there, the function has been aliased, but it is actually the same) and hence is already used when compiling assets.


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Related issue, see #6165

Also note that according to html5ever issue servo/html5ever#464, html (template) serialization has to be handled by the crate that uses html5ever, i.e. tauri so to speak.

@AlainSchneble AlainSchneble requested a review from a team as a code owner January 29, 2023 13:43
@AlainSchneble AlainSchneble changed the title fix: web_dev_server html template serialization (fix #6165) fix(cli): web_dev_server html template serialization (fix #6165) Jan 29, 2023
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We got the existing fix from kuchiki-rs/kuchiki#96, thanks for this PR!

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