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Raw XML character entities dispayed in IceTV data
« on: February 12, 2015, 05:39:08 PM »
On the Beyonwiz T3, raw XML character entities are being displayed in program information in the EPG, and are being used in recording names.

I first noticed this in the title of "The House That 100K Built" (7TWO, Fridays 21:30), which shows in the IceTV guide as:  "The House That £100K Built".

There are a number of instances of similar things that I've extracted from my IceTV EPG cache:
Master Shake decides to become a new superhero named ‘The Drizzle.’

Meanwhile, Rossi’s first wife, Carolyn

discover evidence that leads them down a path that pulls at Hooker’s heart.

the effects of augmented reality girl-on-girl porn – [yes, really]

teen sibling to ABC2's Good Game –

Jack shows up who appears to be Marv’s new best friend

the secret behind the famous Iberian ham ‘bellota'

Journeying from 18th-century France to 1950’s America

‘94 Winter Olympic Games

After Frank ‘The Fixer' Tagliano testifies

Inspired by a mother’s group

she winds up investigating Antonia’s husband’s apparent ability

Luke’s journey continues

Fugu And Tako

There he cooks his local guide’s favourite meal

It looks like they're mostly opening/closing single quotes (also being misused as apostrophe). Sometimes there are mixed quotation marks being used, as in " ‘bellota' ".

If the IceTV feed for the T3 isn't XML (I don't know whether it is), shouldn't these be being transliterated appropriately?
Beyonwiz T4 in-use
Beyonwiz T2, T3 & T4 for testing

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