Originally posted by akiy
Yup -- I've brought this issue up before with the developers of the software, but it's difficult, they say, to figure out if the punctuation mark is part of the URL or not... I'll try raising the problem up with them again to see what they think.
There are ways of getting around this problem by using the "url" tags. You can see more information on how to do this
Usually when you put a period at the end of a sentence you are gonna put a space or a CR+LF after it. Since a URL cannot contain any space o CR+LF in it with a simple check you are likely to avoid 95% of this kind of error.
Hope to have been useful.