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From Upayavira>
Subject Re: jtidy integration
Date Thu, 29 Jul 2004 10:42:28 GMT
That seems a long way around to find that the HTMLGenerator uses jtidy :-)

I've also committed to Cocoon a NekoHTMLGenerator, which uses a simpler 
parser to balance HTML tags.

Regards, Upayavira

David Crossley wrote:

>Diwaker Gupta wrote:
>>Is there jtidy integration with forrest? I can see jtidy at a lot of
>>places in the sources, however I don't know where to look for to
>>activate it.
>>Any pointers?
>I do not know either, so i will help us to help ourselves.
>Perhaps the guys in Europe can give other ideas when the
>world turns that far.
>(Please indulge me while we do another development lesson.
>I have edited some of the output from 'find' and there
>is one interesting .jar match that i snipped for brevity.)
>More discussion below (and there is an answer to the issue) ...
>[localhost home]$ cd $FORREST
>[localhost forrest]$
>find . -type f | xargs grep -i jtidy | grep -v "\.svn"
>Use this instead if you want JTidy to clean up your HTML
><include name=""/>
>ihtml now works again. Had to add a jtidy configuration
>that prevented it to output
>Item 1 and Item 2 indicate that you can configure Jtidy.
>Item 3 sounds promising. Ah, it even provides the sitemap
>snippet to turn it on. Currently it is doing a map:read
>of the raw html, but you can do a map:generate which
>i presume invokes Jtidy. Check the other sitemaps at
>Items 1 and 2. (Might need to go to the Cocoon doco
>to find out more.)
>Item 5 shows that thankfully one of the developers
>added a description to their patch and, importantly,
>to the status.xml files. Next, or maybe before all this,
>look at the local changes file from the forrest docs
>via localhost:8888/changes.html or file:/// to static docs
>or the forrest website. Use browser "find in page" function.
>Oops, sounds like it was switched off to work around a bug.
>Better go to the Issue tracker to find any existing issues.
>If you can add any notes or create an issue then please do.
>[localhost forrest]$ svn log status.xml | grep -i jtidy
>... gets a hit. So better look at it properly. The log
>entry shows the date that changes were made to Jtidy.
>There might be something in the email archives.
>I hope that helps everybody. Obviously we need an FAQ about
>using Jtidy, but there isn't yet one, so this is the usual
>development process to go through.

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