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29.01.02

Fixed the cookie login system in 0.5.2 (which will be named 0.6 now) and implemented a new system to convert html entities to their unicode counterparts in order to be more XML-friendly. For example, é (é) gets converted to é when the page is displayed, even if you hard-coded it as a HTML entity.
michel v @ 17:43:02 113
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Terminator - email - url
yay : ) 
Is there an hack that can make Smileys in posts?
29.01.02 @ 19:06:41 171

 

michel v - email - url
There will be. I didn't include that in the pre-release of 0.6, but I might include that for the release.
Mind you, there's no user-interface for that feature, so you'd have to find your way through the code to add smileys and other stuff.
29.01.02 @ 20:01:34 209

 

eric - email - url
I just discovered b2. It is great. I plan to convert my site this week! I have a question/concern about converting html entities. The current implementation does not get “ and ” correctly. I imagine other codes might not work either.
If you aren't familiar with these codes you might want to check out http://www.alistapart.com/stories/emen/
30.01.02 @ 08:13:23 717

 

michel v - email - url
Eric, I lowered the ASCII conversion limit from #160 to #130, and now MSWindows-specific characters (those between #130 and #159) will display alright in b2 : ) 
30.01.02 @ 20:05:21 212

 

Eric - email - url
Michael, my issue is with #8220 and #8221 and others referenced in the alistapart article. I use these quote tags to generate the look I want.
30.01.02 @ 22:34:45 315

 

michel v - email - url
Then you'll be happy. I finished fixing stuff, and now these characters display right. Even if you paste them from MSWord, they display as “ etc instead of “ (oddly enough, I found the solution to this in an old Lynx mailing list archived post).
31.01.02 @ 14:01:55 959

 

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