Atom feed is fragile?!?


#1

I’m having lots of problems getting the atom feed for my blog to
validate.
One issue was in my article about the text filter I had the following
snippet in the post

typo:code
typo:tweetmeme
</typo:code>

To show an example of how to use the new macro. It looked fine when
viewing
the page, but Safari and other browsers can’t read the atom feed because
somehow the typo:tweetmeme is being put into the feed without any
escaping.

I tried ALL kinds to ways to fix this, like changing < to < and > to
>
but the feed still had the bare tag. I finally had to resort to
replacing
the example with an IMAGE.

But as I try to work through other feed validation errors I run into
things
like spurious tags that I can’t find in the page source. Some of
these I’ve tracked down to errors in my articles (I have a tendency to
user
xhtml.

Is anyone else seeing things like this.

For what it’s worth I’m currently using the Typographic theme.


Rick DeNatale

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#2

Rick DeNatale a écrit :

To show an example of how to use the new macro. It looked fine when
Some of these I’ve tracked down to errors in my articles (I have a
tendency to user xhtml.

Is anyone else seeing things like this.

For what it’s worth I’m currently using the Typographic theme.
This issue seem appear only with typo:code text-filter.

Our text filter don’t change tag inside. If you don’t close your tag,
the problem appear.

I fix it in next commit made soon as possible.

I create a bug in lighthouse about your issue
https://fdv.lighthouseapp.com/projects/11171-typo-blog/tickets/75-typocode-textfilter-need-change-all-by-lt-in-atom-feed


Cyril M.
http://blog.shingara.fr