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I just moved the repository from mobius (which is dying soon) to unlocalhost, so i changed your link above. Shortly after, i thought that i should finally get around to fixing the problem. :D

Here is the shortest workaround i could come up with:

# somewhere at top add this use HTML::Entities; # and somewhere in the middle add this sub print_revision { my $self = shift; my @time_units = ('days', 'hours', 'minutes', 'seconds'); my ($uri_base, $revision, $diff_revision) = @_; my $revision_uri = "$uri_base?r=" . $revision->number(); my $date = localtime($revision->date()); my $age = join(', ', map { $revision->age()->{$_} . ' ' . $_ } @time_units); my $symbol = $revision->symbol() || '&nbsp;'; $self->request()->print("<tr> <td><a href=$revision_uri>" . $revision->number() . '</td>' . '<td>' . $revision->author() . '</td>' . '<td>' . $revision->state() . '</td>' . "<td>$symbol</td><td>$date</td><td>$age</td>" . '<td>' . encode_entities($revision->comment()) . '</td>'); if ($diff_revision eq $revision->number()) { $self->request()->print('<td>selected for diff</td>'); } else { if ($diff_revision) { $self->request()->print(qq|<td><a href="$uri_base?ds=| . $revision->number() . qq|&dt=$diff_revision">select for diff | . "with $diff_revision</a>"); } else { $self->request()->print(qq|<td><a href="$uri_base?ds=| . $revision->number() . '">select for diff</a>'); } } $self->request()->print('</tr>'); }
The magic line is:
'<td>' . encode_entities($revision->comment()) . '</td>');
ugly hack (having to repeat all of that code) .. but it works ;)


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