[NTG-context] New module: simplesteps.

Andre Caldas andre.em.caldas at gmail.com
Fri Dec 14 21:35:58 CET 2012

> These expand to Lua long strings, [===[ and ]===] respectively,
> without checking, so theoretically the same issue will arise iff
> your string contains ]===]. I consider the likelihood for this to
> happen to be too low to bother, but if you want to be absolutely
> on the safe side you can also use \luaescapestring. See the
> Luatex manual, section 2.3.6.

The luaescapestring will also escape the quotation marks... :-)

I will use it, then.
I used to develop WEB systems. Very vulnerable to injection attacks. I
really like things properly escaped...

André Caldas.

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