[TxMt] PHP vs XHTML?
sean at datafly.net
Wed Nov 1 01:54:46 UTC 2006
You're right, adding the shell variable seems to fix things right up.
I noticed that the ctl-return shortcut now writes a break tag like
this "<br/>" rather than with a space preceding the backslash like
this: "<br />" -- slightly off-topic, but is this correct? I thought
read somewhere that you need that space for full cross-browser
compatibility or something. No?
On Nov 1, 2006, at 10:38 AM, Allan Odgaard wrote:
> On 1. Nov 2006, at 02:25, Sean Schertell wrote:
>> Thanks for the tip Soryu but I'm a little confused. I should use
>> the HTML bundle instead of the XHTML bundle when I'm editing XHTML?
> There is no (official) XHTML bundle. Only an HTML bundle and an
> Experimental Strict XHTML grammar (on the repository) -- the latter
> is strict, and thus does not allow any stuff that would be filtered
> out (or evaluated) by a preprocessor (other than XML preprocessing
> instructions), which includes PHP.
>> One thing I noticed straight away is that when I use the Ctl-
>> Return shortcut for a line break, I get the old "<br>" instead of
>> XHTML valid "<br />".
> Yes -- all tags inserted now insert by default as HTML, unless you
> set TM_XHTML to “/” (or “ /” if you want to produce somewhat HTML
> compatible XHTML) in the Shell Variables preferences that Soryu
> In the future this variable will likely automatically be set for
> documents with an XHTML document type, but for now, you need to set
> it yourself.
>> Surely, it's not an unusual requirement to edit documents with
>> XHTML and PHP in them -- is there really no way to get TM to play
>> nice with this combination?
> What was not nice about using the HTML grammar, other than having
> HTML shown in the status bar (but I assume that you are anyway
> sending these as text/html, so effectively you are creating
> documents which are interpreted as HTML (not XHTML) by the browsers
> which receive them, even though you are filling them with
> slashes ;) ).
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