[uf-discuss] hatom parsing question
David Janes -- BlogMatrix
davidjanes at blogmatrix.com
Mon Feb 6 08:59:28 PST 2006
The AUMFP doesn't match up with the hAtom spec at this second because
we've done quite a bit of changing in terminology over the last 5 weeks
and I haven't updated the code base. This is what's causing the problem
you're seeing there.
I'll put on my list of to-dos to get this to where the spec is and I
suspect your problem will go away.
Chris Casciano wrote:
> Over the weekend I was looking at the feasibility of moving the default
> textpattern template over to hatom and I seem to have hit a snag (or
> lack of understanding on my part.
> At its simplest form, here's what the output of the basic posting code
> looks like marked up with hatom:
> It contains the following header inside the post entry...
> <h3><a href="http://127.0.0.1/index.php?id=7" rel="bookmark"
> class="headline">Test Post</a> · <abbr class="published"
> title="2006-02-05T17:03:32-0800">a few seconds ago</abbr> by <span
> When i run that though the the Almost Universal Parser it seems to
> pick up both the published date as well as the author values, but the
> title it is outputting for the post is the full text of the <h3> element:
> Test Post · a few seconds ago by Chris
> Is this parser error, some clash between the spec and markup used by
> this template? Is there a remedy that doesn't involve completely
> changing the semantics of the original template?
>  the default txp code/template can be seen here:
> --[ Chris Casciano ]
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