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Christian Nguyen
@cuongaconda_twitter
I'm using an older version of libxml and can't upgrade to 2.9.4. What's the best way of making sure it changes something like i <3 you to i &lt; you rather than removing anything after the < completely. Currently, it returns thisi
Mike Dalessio
@flavorjones
@cuongaconda_twitter unfortunately nokogiri can't control how invalid markup is "fixed" by the underlying parsing libraries. In this case it is likely seeing an unclosed tag -- if you look at the document's errors you may get a better understanding of what's going on.
Joni Orponen
@Rotonen
pkg-config does not find libxml from the macos 10.14 sdk with nokogiri 1.8.4 - i can manage with a homebrew provided libxml and making a nokogiri specific bundle config, but FYI as a heads up - probably going to be a deluge of people in a few weeks
joaquindiaz01
@joaquindiaz01
Hello, i have a doubt about generating a xml file with nokogiri. This builder = Nokogiri::XML::Builder.new do |xml| ... must be executed in a initializer in rails?
which is the best practice?
Mike Dalessio
@flavorjones
@joaquindiaz01 can you explain a bit more about what you're trying to do?
For what purpose are you using the generated XML document?
Mike Dalessio
@flavorjones
@here v1.10.0.rc1 is up on rubygems
kapilpipaliya
@kapilpipaliya
I have scrolling webpage. when i goes to end of page, it loads more data. how can i parse it with nokogiri?
i want to load all the data in in.
Mike Dalessio
@flavorjones
@kapilpipaliya Answering this question will involve networking and hitting API calls involving several gems; Nokogiri is simply a wrapper for a parsing library. You may want to ask on a more general forum.
kapilpipaliya
@kapilpipaliya
thanks
Mike Dalessio
@flavorjones
@/all ci.nokogiri.org will be unavailable briefly while we upgrade to concourse 5.0.0
Mike Dalessio
@flavorjones
downtime starts now
Mike Dalessio
@flavorjones
there may be brief ci.nokogiri.org outages again today
Mike Dalessio
@flavorjones
@/all nokogiri v1.10.2 is out, see https://nokogiri.org/CHANGELOG.html for details
Mike Dalessio
@flavorjones
ci.nokogiri.org will be going down briefly for a version upgrade to concourse 5.1.0.
Mike Dalessio
@flavorjones
CI is back up
Mike Dalessio
@flavorjones
@/all ci.nokogiri.org will be going down briefly for a version upgrade to concourse v5.2.0
Mike Dalessio
@flavorjones
ci is back up
MSP-Greg
@MSP-Greg
Nokogiri API docs, wiki pages, & tutorials available at https://msp-greg.github.io/nokogiri/. API docs based on master... JFYI
Ian Kottman
@ikottman

Hello everyone. What system dependencies does nokogiri have at runtime? For example, I know it needs libxml2/libxslt to compile native extensions, but do those libraries still need to be available at runtime?

Context: I'm making a bare-bones docker image for running a rails app, and I'm scrutinizing every system dependency to determine if it's really necessary at runtime.

Mike Dalessio
@flavorjones
@ikottman Apologies for my slow response, I've been AFK for a few days. There are a few options here, including static compilation (which should be the default) so you shouldn't need libxml2/libxslt shared libraries hanging around.
@ikottman Maybe we could figure out a time to talk synchronously, either here or on a zoom/hangout about how to approach this?
Ian Kottman
@ikottman
Sure! I'll DM you to setup a time to chat
William Entriken
@fulldecent
Hello room.
This is a simple PR which allows Nokogiri to be used with HTML5 validators. // sparklemotion/nokogiri#1918
Requesting review please.
Mike Dalessio
@flavorjones
@fulldecent ACK. Just commented on the PR and will review ASAP
Qqwy / Wiebe-Marten
@Qqwy
Hi!

When doing the following:

Nokogiri::HTML.fragment("<a href='https://foo.com?a=1&b=2").to_s                                                    
# => "<a href=\"https://foo.com?a=1&amp;b=2\"></a>"

in the output, the ampersand is escaped

Am I doing something wrong here?
(My real use-case is iterating over all a[href]s in the document and altering the URLS)
Nokogiri::HTML("<a href='https://foo.com'>foo</a>").search("//a").each do |n| n.attributes["href"].value = "https://foo.com?q=a&x=y" end.to_s
Qqwy / Wiebe-Marten
@Qqwy
Hmm, I learned something new today!
Turns out that ampersands should always be escaped inside URLs.
I only hope that no double escaping will happen, where &amp; is expanded into &amp;amp; in this example
Shlomi Fish
@shlomif
hi all! The "tutorials" link here is broken - https://nokogiri.org/