[Haskell] Re: non-ASCII characters in Haddock documentation
wolfgang at jeltsch.net
Sun Feb 15 22:14:46 EST 2004
Am Sonntag, 15. Februar 2004 06:01 schrieb Ashley Yakeley:
> In article <200402121958.44935.wolfgang at jeltsch.net>,
> Wolfgang Jeltsch <wolfgang at jeltsch.net> wrote:
> > how do I insert non-ASCII and maybe even non-Latin-1 characters in
> > Haddock documentation?
> Can't you use HTML entities?
Haddock isn't restricted to HTML output. So it wouldn't make much sense if
HTML entities could be used. As I understand, only the Haddock markup
characters ("/", "@" etc.) have special meaning in doc comments. So the
logical thing would be if, e.g., "ß" would be translated to the HTML
code "&szlig;" in order to show up as "ß" in the browser.
I will check this soon.
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