Option to use either HTML or Unicode for Journal date suffixes

Issue #6 closed
Terry Ebdon
repo owner created an issue

It should be possible to configure journal pages generation to use either Unicode or HTML date suffixes.

e.g.

  • Unicode: 21ˢᵗ or
  • HTML: 21<sup>st</sup>

HTML <SUP> superscripts in Doxygen headings are only rendered correctly when a table of contents is not required, This appears to be a bug in Doxygen. Allowing 'fake' Unicode superscripts would work-around the Doxygen issue.

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  1. Terry Ebdon reporter

    This closes issue #6 - Option to use either HTML or Unicode for Journal date suffixes

    The use of HTML or Unicode or date suffix controlled by a new config option:

    project.journal.pages.useHtmlDateSuffix

    • true - use HTML <sup>...</sup>
    • false - use Unicode characters.

    Note that this only applies to new pages, created with WebDoxy --journal

    → <<cset b4d0385b017b>>

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