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From "David G. Williams" <dwilli...@ifmp.nasa.gov>
Subject RE: Behavior of %fdat in embperl2c
Date Fri, 06 Dec 2002 14:39:36 GMT
The page is there.

True, the problem is solved if you remove the [$syntax EmbperlBlocks$].  The
problem is that my legacy html (and there's a lot of it) does not have tag
attributes in quotes. e.g.
instead of <input type="text" name="gerald"> my legacy code looks like this:
<input type=text name=gerald>.  Embperl 1.3.4 didn't mind but it looks as
though 2.0 does.  Do you have any workarounds other than just going back
through all the code and  enclosing all my attributes in double-quotes?

-----Original Message-----
From: Gerald Richter [mailto:richter@ecos.de]
Sent: Thursday, December 05, 2002 2:28 PM
To: dwilliams@ifmp.nasa.gov
Cc: embperl@perl.apache.org
Subject: Re: Behavior of %fdat in embperl2c


>
> Here's a page that demonstrates the behavior I described in my previous
> post:
> http://dev.cogenttechnology.com/epl/gerald.html
>

I get "server not found"

> And here's the code:
>
> [$syntax EmbperlBlocks$]

Yes, of course if you turn off the processing of html tags, Embperl will not
touch them.
Remove the [$syntax EmbperlBlocks$] and it will work again.

Gerald

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