Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1021693
> and < are not showing up correctly in code examples
Last modified: 2015-08-09 21:23:35 EDT
Created attachment 814785 [details]
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Title: Configuring Classic Portal
Describe the issue:
XML code shows as > and < instead of < and > which makes it very hard to read the code.
Suggestions for improvement:
Thanks for the bug report on this, Brian.
These XML entities should not be showing up in published builds. I'll check the XML to see what's going on here. I have a feeling this code block has been enclosed in a <![CDATA]> block and the entities are not resolving because of this structure.
Either way, we will be doing an Async push of docs for 6.1 and we will definitely add this bug to the list.
Thanks. You might want to do a scan through more of those pages from that doc, I saw it in a few other places. I can scan through it and add links if you need.
(In reply to Brian Ashburn from comment #3)
> Thanks. You might want to do a scan through more of those pages from that
> doc, I saw it in a few other places. I can scan through it and add links if
> you need.
We'll check it out, Brian. Thanks for the tip-off.
156 instances of <
It should be pretty straightforward to go through the guide and clean these up. I have a suspicion that this is the result of the bulk import we did for this guide to get it into our CCMS system.
I remember you working on the bug for 6.1 release.
Can we mark this bug for closure?
(In reply to Aakanksha from comment #6)
> Hi Jared,
> I remember you working on the bug for 6.1 release.
> Can we mark this bug for closure?
Yep, this should be good to close-off. I've set it to modified.
http://docbuilder.usersys.redhat.com/22542/remarks/ should no longer have any instance of < and > specified.
Just verified this myself. No < or > elements present.