In chapter the first, I presented a way to
install HTML tidy.
In chapter the second, I created a script to install the most recent version of tidy with a single command.
In this chapter, I will show you how to run tidy in a way that cleans up the HTML that was generated by Office™.
In Chapter the First, we presented a set of commands
you could run to install HTML Tidy on your system.
In this chapter, we will present a script that you may run on your Linux or OS X system to install the most recent version of HTML tidy.
You may use subversion, wget, or your favorite browser to retrieve the most recent version of this tidy installer.
I'm writing a perl script using Commands::Guarded to automate what I did in the first article.
You may retrieve the source with wget, so:
$ wget -r http://colliertech.org/svn/genDocbook
Or subversion, so:
$ svn co svn://colliertech.org/genDocbook
You may also get the most recent version of the individual files in the distribution using …
So I'm getting the new version of the MaxDB FAQ ready for
production. We used Microsoft Word to create the document and
manage corrections. And then I exported to HTML. Word did a
terrific (note that the root word here is "terror") job of
translating to HTML, and Tidy won't touch it unless I fix some
So here I go.
Getting most recent build from cvs:
$ cd ~/src/ $ cvs -d:pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvsroot/tidy login $ cvs -d:pserver:email@example.com:/cvsroot/tidy co tidy
Building said code:
$ cd tidy/build/gmake $ make ld: archive: ../../lib/libtidy.a has no table of contents, add one with ranlib(1) (can't load from it) make: *** [../../bin/tidy] Error 1 $ ranlib ../../lib/libtidy.a $ make
$ cd ../../bin $ ./tidy -h $ open ../htmldoc/faq.html …[Read more]