[links-list] Re: probable bug in elinks: wrong < and > interpretation

Nevermind never at nevermind.kiev.ua
Fri Jan 4 07:59:08 PST 2002


Hello, Khimenko Victor!

On Fri, Jan 04, 2002 at 06:29:01PM +0300, you wrote:

> > The solution which comes to mind are two modes of HTML parsing - first one
> > strict, and the second one relaxed, which would accept this. However I've no
> > idea if someone would use the strict mode then after all ;-).
> >
> 
> IMO better not strict vs relaxed but more like "try to normalize broken
> page" mode. Some additional parser which can be called from menu or via
> hotkey when page is fully loaded and which tries to make page more
> standard-compilant. Since page is fully in memory it can use more
> versions of fuzzy logic. I'm not sure if it worth the trouble, though:
> "normal pages" can be viewed already and no amount of fuzzy logic will
> make javascript-based or flash-based site working in links anyway...
We can use for this HTML Tidy program from www.w3.org.

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