[html5] HTML5 validator incorrectly warns about bad "utf-8" value
jaimeiniesta at gmail.com
Sun Mar 10 12:42:08 PDT 2013
Hi, I've just installed validator.nu on my server, and it complains on most
documents that contain
with this message:
Error: Bad value utf-8 for attribute charset on element meta: utf-8 is not
a valid character encoding name.
>From line 13, column 5; to line 13, column 26
↩ ↩ <meta charset="utf-8">↩
Syntax of encoding name:An encoding name labeled as a "preferred MIME name"
in the IANA Character Sets registry. Example: utf-8
Here's a fresh install of validator.nu on an Ubuntu Server 12.10 64 bits,
showing the error. Notice the one about "utf-8":
And here is the log that I get when running the "python build/build.py
The same error is happening there, and the Java exception keeps happening:
This is not happening on http://validator.nu so I guess it's a recent bug
and the installed version on the official site is previous to it.
Thanks for your help!
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