I have a POD file with the following link:
podchecker complained about this ("node '$/' contains non-escaped | or
/"), so I looked at "perlpod" and read that I should use "E<sol>"
instead of a literal "/" inside an "L<...>" link.
But now, after running Pod::Html, I get HTML that has the string
"/" in it, which in the browsers I checked (checked both IE and
Firefox) showed as the string "/" and not as the character "/".
Should I go back to using "L</$/>" and ignore the podchecker warnings?
Is this a known Pod::Html bug?
Or perhaps a bug in the browsers I used?
What can I do to solve this issue (without having to dig into the
Pod::Html internals :))?