[PATCH 12 of 20] hgweb, paper: add shortlogajax template and use it

Alexander Plavin alexander at plav.in
Wed Aug 14 15:48:28 CDT 2013

15.08.2013, 00:32, "Matt Mackall" <mpm at selenic.com>:
> On Tue, 2013-08-13 at 23:24 -0500, Kevin Bullock wrote:
>>  On 13 Aug 2013, at 3:44 AM, Alexander Plavin wrote:
>>>  13.08.2013, 12:30, "Martin Geisler" <martin at geisler.net>:
>>>>  Another thought that occured to me when I read the discussion about
>>>>  writing an XML style: have you considered writing a JSON style instead?
>>>>  That might be even more useful for JavaScript code.
>>>  In this application (I mean infinite scrolling) json style doesn't give any differences/benefits to xml one, as we would have to render the templates in JS anyway. The only difference for future uses in javascript is using xfr.responsexml vs json.parse(xfr.responsetext). So, this variants are about equivalent and one of them just has to be chosen.
>>>  However, I don't know what will be best here, and would like to hear more opinions on this.
>>  I'd lean towards JSON as well. There are solid, widely-available
>>  parsers for both, but JSON is generally more compact, and more widely
>>  used by newer client-side libraries.
> Note that both JSON and XML have a serious problem that will need to be
> addressed before we can use them: can't pass arbitrary character sets.

What exactly can't we pass there? According to the json rfc, "All Unicode characters may be placed within the quotation marks except for the characters that must be escaped: quotation mark, reverse solidus, and the control characters (U+0000 through +001F).". I found it at http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc4627.txt (2.5).

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