Brian May <> writes:

> Yes, agreed. Not a fan myself of this (outdated?) coding style,
> constructing HTML by hand like this is prone to errors like this. Easier
> to get it wrong then it is to get it right.

Also for the record, in 2006 I tested this package to fill requriments
by my employment at the time. I didn't like/trust the coding quality,
and looked elsewhere. I only remember this now because the security
tracker has some issues that were opened in response to bugs I opened at
the time.
Brian May <>

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