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From Arjé Cahn <A...@hippo.nl>
Subject RE: TidySerializer
Date Mon, 02 Jun 2003 10:57:55 GMT
Bruno says:
> What exactly is the purpose of a tidy serializer again?

I was fiddling around with Tidy and noticed that I couldn't get the <textarea/> problem
solved with it.

[The <textarea/> problem: an empty textarea (<form><textarea/></div>)
is serialized to <form><textarea></form> which results in a loss of everything
below the textarea when rendered in the browser]

So this leaves very little reasons for me to use a TidySerializer.
Torsten, am I missing something? Have I forgotton why we needed it? What are your reasons
to implement a TidySerializer?
I'm sure I had my reasons to need the TidySerializer; but I simply forgot them.

regards, Arje


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> ------- Additional Comments From bruno@outerthought.org  
> 2003-05-31 09:06 -------
> What exactly is the purpose of a tidy serializer again?
> 
> If there are any problems with the current HTML serializers, 
> I'd rather see them
> fixed then hidden behind an additional layer.
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