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From Angeshwar Deepak <angesh...@yahoo.com>
Subject Using tidy.jar in Java task-problem
Date Sat, 24 Jul 2004 09:16:06 GMT
Hi,

I have to use the tidy.jar to make the html files in a
directory - as well formed.

I tried it with ant java task.

<java classname="org.w3c.tidy.Tidy" output="f:\test\"
fork="true">
<arg line="-f C:\june18\errs.txt -asxhtml -numeric
f:\test\ &gt;&gt; f:\test\output1.txt"/>
</java>

It works fine.

But how can I make this to work for an entire set of
directory. I understood that ant java task takes
argument and so it takes only 1 file.

for example, i have a directory structure

c:\w\x\y\z\

I have some html files in each subdirectory. I want
the these files to be tidy up using ant java task and
placed in another directory as

d:\w\x\y\z\

i.e. I want the diretory structure to be the same with
the html files made well formed and the extension
changed as .ehtml

How can this be done. i.e. how can I add srcdir,
destdir, includes, excludes etc attributes to ant java
task?

bye,
with regards,
Deepak.

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