[links-list] Re: probable bug in elinks: wrong < and > interpretation

Nevermind never at nevermind.kiev.ua
Fri Jan 4 09:55:57 PST 2002


Hello, clemensF!

On Fri, Jan 04, 2002 at 06:33:16PM +0100, you wrote:

> > Nevermind:
> > We can use for this HTML Tidy program from www.w3.org.
> 
> thanks to your hint i could have a look at tidy.  i think it's a good html-
> lint'er, but how it can be adapted to script- let alone embedded use, i do
> not know, because when i fed it my own homepage it flagged no less than 77
> errors.  errors of the type i seem to be able to make would not produce
> parsable HTML, which we'd need for links.
Yes, it is very strict, but the main feature that is can fix some
errors, for example not closed <a> <p> and other tags. If links got
no-way-to-render page, we can use tidy to fix those bugs, sure, we won't
get what author of page meant, but, at least, we will be able to render
it.

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