My point is that some xsl file should be fixed somewhere, probably, to avoid
Yeah, I noticed this too, and I think Ashutosh also complained about
it on another thread. It's pretty annoying - I hope somebody can
figure out the cause and fix it. It seems to be only affecting the
After some random digging, it seems that the documentation files are
loaded from provided tarballs by a script: "tools/docs/docload.py"
maintained in "pgweb.git". Maybe this is run from some cron.
AFAICS from the script, the provided tarballs contains the generated html
that someone/something has already generated and put somewhere. I have
found no clear clue about who, where and when. However I would bet that
"Magnus Hagander" and "Dave Page" know, given that they commits suggest
that they are maintaining the site:-)
The load script passes the doc through "tidy" with some options, and
registers the pages into a database probably for django. I doubt this
would change the ul class.
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