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Re: [html-tidy] <none>

From: Gary L Peskin <garyp@firstech.com>
Date: Wed, 05 Jul 2000 11:46:55 -0700
Message-ID: <3963829F.239C42D1@firstech.com>
To: David Rennie Hinshelwood <hinsheld@crl.nmsu.edu>
CC: "'Html-Tidy" <html-tidy@w3.org>
David --

It's a little hard from your email to determine exactly what your
configuration looks like.  Basically, all you should need to actually
run JTidy, I think, is the Tidy.jar file which is included in the
distribution.  Make sure that it is specified in your CLASSPATH.

Can you send me privately the URL or the actual text of a web page that
is giving you these "unexpected </head> ..." messages.  I'll run it here
and see if I have the same problem.  We can go from there and determine
if the problem is in JTidy or your setup.


David Rennie Hinshelwood wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm trying to use JTidy to convert HTML to XHTML. I had trouble installing
> JTidy and had to change the batch file to complete the install (I've
> attached my updated version). When I run the test program from the JTidy
> website, 'code example of using Java Tidy as a parser', on any web page it
> spits back 6/7 errors and real bad HTML code. The worst error I get is
> 'unexpected </head> tag in <meta> tag'. This is the cause of the garbage
> HTML created by JTidy.
> I think either the install went wrong or my config settings are wrong.
> During the install, the .properties file wasn't created so I just copied it
> from the download. I havnen't changed the config settings since install.
> Could you please send me some suggestions as to how to get it working.
> Thanks
> David Hinshelwood
> Tel: (505) 646 3342 (office)
>        (505) 645 5537 (home)
Received on Wednesday, 5 July 2000 14:46:56 UTC

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