This is the list of some know bugs that will be fixed soon:
- Unterminated Comments
Causes a crash with the message "[WARNING: Out of global stack]".
- HTML-Parser Incompatibilities
SiteC does not handle HTML-errors the same way as the Netscape
Naviagator: Taking the Netscape Navigator as a specification
on how to handle HTML-errors (ill-formed tags, unterminated tags,
...), SiteC behaves different. The problem is, that a lot of heuristics
are involved in the estimation and autocorrection of errors. For
this reason, the SiteC HTML-parse behaves rather verbosely indicating
all unsolved errors or ambiguities.
- Link Endpoints: Distinction between <A NAME="...">
and <META NAME="marker" CONTENT="...">
Currently there is no difference in treating these two possibilities
to define a link endpoint. However, the META-definition should
never produce a links with a "#marker" ending while the <A
NAME="..."> always should.
These are some known problems, that might persist longer:
- Pathes and Filenames
The calculation of relativ pathes requires a distinction between
pathes and filenames. Unfortunately, due to the fact that SiteC
is to run on several different platforms, there is no secure way
to determine if a path (for example: "/home/fraber/public_html/index.html")
refers to a file or to a directory.
Currently, the solution is to interpret expressions in the form
"filebody.extenstion" (for example: "index.html") as files and
expressions without a dot (".") as directories. This has several
- Directories can not contain dot (".") characters.
- Files must contain a dot (".") characters.