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Re: [BUG REPORT] WML 2.0.2, Linux (via RedHat 6.1)

On Mon, Aug 28, 2000 at 12:07:18AM +0200, fleeb@fleeb.com wrote:

> Problem Description:
> | 
> | I had the following in one file:
> | 
> | <define-tag 500>
> | [some text]
> | </define-tag>
> | 
> | And I #included the file within the other.  When I attempted to use <500>, however, the output was simply <500>, not [some text].

This is normal behaviour, tag names cannot begin with a digit, as with many
other languages.  And it won't change, otherwise Perl statements like
  if ($x<4) {
would cause severe damage.

> | So I then tried to use <define-tag site-500>, but I had the same problem.  I got around the problem by changing the tag to <define-tag five-hundred>.

Hmmm, site-500 is perfectly valid, and i cannot reproduce your problem.

Denis Barbier
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