1. Terry Ebdon
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Issue #6 closed

Option to use either HTML or Unicode for Journal date suffixes

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.

Comments (2)

  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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