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Old 2018-07-05, 08:04   #1
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Default Not quite a bug... a request maybe.

The page www.mersenneforum.org/tcpus/ gives the computer name "(unnamed)" to those users that have chosen not to name their computers.

The Pages www.mersenneforum.org/tworkload/ and www.mersenneforum.org/tresults/ show a Blank cell for the same situations.

Would it be possible to use "(unnamed)" on all three documents?
Would it be possible to avoid using Blank cells (eventually inserting a hyphen, or n/a) on such 2 Pages?

Gumbo library codes the empty pair <td><\td> as non existent, and skips a field/position ...


Thank you.

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Old 2018-07-05, 19:44   #2
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Gumbo library codes the empty pair <td><\td> as non existent, and skips a field/position ...

Thank you.

That sounds like a bug in the Gumbo library that will affect more than just
this use of it.
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Old 2018-07-06, 06:31   #3
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That sounds like a bug in the Gumbo library that will affect more than just
this use of it.
Probably True. But I have not the skills to modify Gumbo, so I am asking either for a standardization of the gimps tables or eventually for a different solution to my issue

Any hints?
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Guess I could use the following

Code:
\<[^\>]*\>
Any body with a better solution?

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Old 2018-07-06, 16:08   #5
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Guess I could use the following

Code:
\<[^\>]*\>
Anybody with a better solution?
Nevermind, I found a better solution using PHP preg_replace() and preg_split() functions. 10 lines it's all I need.
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