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Mark source_url contents as safe Otherwise they are escaped by the template engine and whilst firefox and maybe other browsers still handles the output, the urls look broken in the source code.

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Mark source_url contents as safe

Otherwise they are escaped by the template engine and whilst firefox and maybe other browsers still handles the output, the urls look broken in the source code.

Sorry I failed to notice this before. I guess it also raises questions if anything in a gleam module name or project name can be unsafe for html but I image we don't allow modules called javascript: fetch("./secure/details") (or whatever scripting hacks look like.)

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Deployment section of the website

Related to https://github.com/gleam-lang/suggestions/issues/106

To start we can link to the rebar3 releases documentation and the Ecto server example for docker usage.

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Mark source_url contents as safe

Otherwise they are escaped by the template engine and whilst firefox and maybe other browsers still handles the output, the urls look broken in the source code.

Sorry I failed to notice this before. I guess it also raises questions if anything in a gleam module name or project name can be unsafe for html but I image we don't allow modules called javascript: fetch("./secure/details") (or whatever scripting hacks look like.)

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Support Erlang/OTP 23 new features

@lukaszsamson not really because it would load from applications you don't depend on. It could be good for discovery but it can end-up bringing all of OTP, which perhaps is a bit too much.

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Support Erlang/OTP 23 new features

Wouldn't :code.all_available/0 make sense in iex autocomplete? https://github.com/elixir-lang/elixir/blob/660ac71d0eccbe9c7424e708e36493d6cecadc6b/lib/iex/lib/iex/autocomplete.ex#L429

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Add missing punctuation (#10515)

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added colons.

Hello! I added colons on comments in algebra.ex and utils.ex!

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added colons.

 defmodule Kernel.Utils do   that checks for its presence in a guard, then unquotes the variable references as   appropriate. -  The following code+  The following code:

No colon here because the expression continues after the example. :)

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Hello! I added colons on comments in algebra.ex and utils.ex!

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Add microsite

@jdegoes Are you ok to merge this now before there are new conflicts?

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escript: wrong path for NIF libraries

For me, it works if I copy the NIFs into the path that my command line app bucket with mix escript.build states in its error message. In my case, I'm using fast_xml which comes with two NIFs, fxml.so and fxml_stream.so.

Without any further action by me, using my app results in

[error] failed to load NIF /Users/...../priv/lib/fxml_stream: Failed to load NIF library: 'dlopen(/Users/......./priv/lib/fxml_stream.so, 2): image not found'

Copying the libs into /priv/lib, the app works as expected. It's a little crude for a production environment, but can probably be automatized with a shell script.

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