I've posted some concerns to the English Wikisource Scriptorum:
Namely that under certain conditions, the portion of the code that adds side-noted page-numbering to works built on by trannsclusion from an Index' ed work. becomes confused when:
- certain non alpha-numeric characters such as ':' '. ' (which are ones I've personally noted.) &c. are present in entries, It seems that sometimes these cause an issue even when the relevant string is nominallly escaped with quotes.
*Explanatory text or remarks proceed the pagelist tag in the Pages field of the Index page.
- When there are multiple pagelist tags present in a Pages field
By cleaning up some of my own efforts to remove the above for the Pages field the issue was temporarily resolved.
However, it would be cumbersome to personally examine 10,000 or more Index pages, and so I would like to ask if a categorisable error message can be provided about "illegal" characters in "pagelist entires", "additional texts","mulltiple pagelists" so that cleanup efforts can be focused accordingly. Alternatively a modification of the portion of code concerned so that it can handle strings Like "Adv." "800:5" as pagelist entries","additional texts","multiple pagelists" &c. would be desirable.