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PHP Tidy, space remove after tag.

ThomasJSmart (Programmer) (OP)
11 Jul 11 5:45
Hi

Anyone run into this before?

CODE

$xml= "<content><span>this is some</span> xml test</content>";

$tidy_options = array(
    'input-xml'        => true,
    'output-xml'       => true,
    'indent'           => true,
    'wrap'             => false,
    'show-body-only'   => true,
    'input-encoding'   => mb_detect_encoding($html),
    'output-encoding'  => 'utf8',
    'alt-text'         => 'HKMEx',
    'show-errors'      => 0,
    'show-warnings'    => 0
);

$tidy = new tidy();
$tidy->parseString($xml, $tidy_options);
$tidy->cleanRepair();

print $tidy;

This outputs:

<content>
<span>this is some</span>xml test</content>

Note the space is gone after "</span>" causing it to visually appear like this: this is somexml test.

How can I prevent tidy from removing that space?

I have little to no control over what is inside of the <content> element and it is dynamic, so it could be any short html sentence with or without html markup.


Cheers
Thomas
 

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jdhilljr (Programmer)
18 Jul 11 21:43
Would need to see the $tidy function.

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Semper Fidelis

Jim

ThomasJSmart (Programmer) (OP)
18 Jul 11 21:55
Hiya

That would be the php tidy function:
http://php.net/manual/en/book.tidy.php

Cheers!
Thomas
 

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