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#7 — Curly quotes getting mangled when Descriptions are built
by Jon Stahl — last modified Sep 22, 2009 12:35 AM
|Submitted by||Jon Stahl|
|Submitted on||Nov 12, 2006|
|Responsible||Maurits van Rees|
Using r33404, I see that feedfeeder is now populating the Description field with an excerpt of body text. Excellent!
However, if that body text happens to contain curly quotes or apostrophes, those are being turned into unicode entities in the description text, e.g.:
Christian “MrTopf” Scholz interviewed me at the tail end of the Plone Conference, and the video is now up on his blog. Not surprisingly, we chatted about the Plone Conference, the Plone community, and ONE/Northwest.
Christian "MrTopf" Scholz interviewed me at the tail end of the Plone Conference, and the video is now up on his blog. Not surprisingly, we chatted about the Plone Conference, the Plone community, and ONE/Northwest.
Perhaps you can do some sort of appropriate text transform or filter when building the Description field?
Added by Sig on Jan 05, 2009 01:14 PMThe issue is not fully solved : sure the description does not display the entity codes when you view the feedfolder but the entity codes can still be seen in portlets (e.g. review portlet) and in a collection.
Would you reopen this issue and consider finding a "deeper" solution ?
Added by Sig on Jan 05, 2009 01:15 PMNote that this happens when using feedfeeder 1.0RC3 on Plone 3.x
Added by Maurits van Rees on Jan 08, 2009 08:56 AM
Issue state: Resolved → Confirmed
Added by Reinout van Rees on Jan 23, 2007 10:45 AMOpening the issue. Should be fixed in 1.0
Target release: None → 1.0
Responsible manager: (UNASSIGNED) → reinout
Added by Reinout van Rees on Jan 23, 2007 11:12 AMnow really opening it :-)
Issue state: unconfirmed → open
Added by (anonymous) on Jul 12, 2007 11:02 AMany news about fixing this issue?
Added by Reinout van Rees on Sep 10, 2007 01:08 PMI finally figured out where it is happening: in the library (feedparser) that we're using.
I haven't the time at the moment to delve deeper, so I'm leaving this comment here for now. It could be either a genuine bug in feedparser or it could be the way we display the description field. Perhaps we just need to put "structure" in the tal:content.
Do you see the &abcd; verbatim in the rendered page?
Added by Reinout van Rees on Sep 10, 2007 05:57 PMI applied the "structure" fix on trunk. Closing the issue. If it doesn't solve it for you, could you reopen it?
Issue state: open → resolved
(I assume svn trunk is ok for you, that is)
Added by Maurits van Rees on Feb 18, 2009 12:02 AM[Note that the order of responses in this issue has gone wrong; look at the dates instead.]
Issue state: Confirmed → In progress
Responsible manager: reinout → maurits
We could do a transform from html to plain text before storing the summary/description. Or use stripogram, as stated in one of the responses to issue #1.
Added by Maurits van Rees on May 11, 2009 11:18 PMI started a branch to try to resolve this better:
This changeset more or less does the trick: r85867. But I am not completely happy with it; it feels a bit hacky.
If someone wants to play around with this, please also take a look at 'old_handle_entityref' and 'debug_convert_summary' which are not used but can be handy during testing.
Added by Maurits van Rees on Sep 22, 2009 12:34 AMI merged the branch and released Products.feedfeeder 1.0rc on pypi. Please test.
Issue state: In progress → Resolved
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