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  • Escaping all characters with special meaning in Solr query syntax prevents
    users from doing advanced searches, including those with explicit operators
    (AND/OR), range queries and NOT-type queries. The colon character quite
    commonly occurs in titles of research publications, where it is typically
    followed by a space. Unfortunately, it's regarded as a special character by
    Solr and would normally need to be escaped when it's just part of a phrase
    search (not part of a fielded search). Escaping the colon character _only_ when
    it's followed by a space character still allows the user to manually enter
    fielded queries (eg -fulltext:[* TO *] to find all items without fulltext). At
    the same time, queries where someone pastes in a publication title containing
    colon-space still "just work".
    Andrea Schweer
     

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  • Added "main" element to html5shiv.js, which should bring it inline
    with the 3.6.2pre distribution from aFarkas's Github repo:
    https://raw.githubusercontent.com/aFarkas/html5shiv/
    3.6.2pre/dist/html5shiv.js
    
    This can be verified by unminifying html5shiv.js in the above link
    and html5shiv.js in DSpace master, and comparing them in any merge
    program like vimdiff or WinMerge.
    
    Without this patch, IE 8 self-closes the "main" element, and pushes
    its child DIVs after it instead of nesting them within itself, which
    has repercussions when styling the JSPUI with CSS.
    
    With this patch, IE 8 comprehends the "main" element, and nests the
    DIVs correctly.
    David Cook
     

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