Last modified: 2008-08-11 18:28:03 UTC
Right now, if someone closes a <ref> tag with <ref> instead of </ref>, a lot of content gets shoved down into the reference, but there's no boldface red text to say what has gone wrong. My suggestion: if <ref> is detected inside a <ref> tag, it is an error; an error message should show up at the location of the <ref> tag.
Created attachment 4824 [details]
Please see this discussion related to this bug on WP --> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Bot_requests#Need_a_bot_to_find_corrupted_REFLIST_outputs.
Please review, it's an easy fix.
Looks straightforward; this is a good candidate for adding a parser test case to make sure it doesn't regress. (to citeParserTests.txt)
Created attachment 4997 [details]
Changes due to introduction of Cite_body.php, tests
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 6199 ***