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UTF/Entities are not handled quite right #4

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zostay opened this Issue March 24, 2011 · 1 comment

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Sterling Hanenkamp Alex Peters
Sterling Hanenkamp

For example, if you use « and » (« and » in HTML), they will be turned into XML entities and then rendered incorrectly in the browser.

It looks like the reason for this is that serialize() is being used to render XML and then sort of being hacked into HTML. Seems like it might make more sense to use XML::LibXML's toStringHTML() to do that instead.

If I use that on the DOM document inside of Template::Semantic::Document, I get the expected output.

Alex Peters
Lx commented April 09, 2013

I suspect that this problem is related:

$ pmvers Template::Semantic
0.09
$ perl -MTemplate::Semantic
print Template::Semantic->process(
    \'<span>...</span>',
    { 'span' => \'&minus;123.45', },
);
<span>123.45</span>
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