Last modified: 2014-11-05 16:30:51 UTC
Tidy won't just leave line endings alone; if you disable wrapping it just stacks
lines as long as they can go.
That's REALLY annoying, and breaks playing with white-space setting.
i can't help but think that using tidy is a dirty hack and really mediawiki
should be able to generate valid xhtml without it.
Yes, it is a dirty hack.
MediaWiki _mostly_ produces valid XHTML output by itself, but the fixing of badly nested
tags etc is fairly sucky, and we're letting tidy do it for now until that gets rewritten to
work fully correctly.
Is this any better nowadays?
Product: From extensions to core (enabled through $wg*Tidy*).
Stealing this for a Tidy tracking bug... there are certainly plenty of issues to track!! :D
Tidy must die.