[Standards] Off-by-one error in XEP-372 "References"
flo at geekplace.eu
Fri Dec 4 13:56:57 UTC 2020
On 12/4/20 1:31 PM, JC Brand wrote:
> Hey folks
> In XEP-0372 in section 3.1, there is the following text:
>> An end attribute is similarly used for the index of the last
>> character of the reference
> However, in the example in 3.2, the "end" attribute is set to 78, which
> is the index of the space after the nickname "Juliet".
Yep, that should be 77 and the XEP should explicitly state that the end
index is exclusive (while the start index is inclusive). Together with
the numbering being zero-indexed, this would be similar to the behavior
of APIs like Android's android.text.Spannable.
While at it, the textual <body/> content of the examples in the XEP
should be way shorter. And it should be explicitly explained which part
of the text is referenced, e.g.:
Text is spantastic!
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