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Den 01.06.2015 13:12, Andras Timar skreiv:
On Mon, Jun 1, 2015 at 12:38 PM, Kolbjørn Stuestøl
<> wrote:
It looks like the error function are reading < and > as XML tags.
The text "… new style of footnotes with <ref> and <references> tags that …"
is marked correctly as Invalid XML. (Unit #31209006). But they are not meant
to be XML tags. Here they are plain text.
Is it desirable to use &lt; and &gt; (or similar codes) instead of < and >
to avoid the error message?

IMHO it's easier to mark it as false positive in Pootle. There are
only a few of them in case of 'Invalid XML' check. Every string change
causes 100x work for 100x languages, not to mention engineer's time.


You are right. I thought that &lt; and &gt; perhaps is a valid code for < and > as in HTML.
Of course, there are more important tasks than this one.
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