#146 ✓resolved
August Lilleaas

Not always honoring <notextile> tags

Reported by August Lilleaas | May 10th, 2009 @ 07:10 PM | in 4.2.0

Here's a code sample.


require 'rubygems'
require 'redcloth'

puts RedCloth::VERSION
# => 4.1.9

s = %{<notextile><pre><code><span>Foo</span></code></pre></notextile>}

puts RedCloth.new(s).to_html
# => <pre><code><span>Foo</span></code></pre>

s << %{
  
Now with a newline.}

puts RedCloth.new(s).to_html
# => <pre><code>&lt;span&gt;Foo&lt;/span&gt;</code></pre>
# => <p>Now with a newline.</p>

I would expect RedCloth to not escape the contents of the <pre><code> block, because of the <notextile> tags. That does not seem to be the case, though.

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