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Re: Tidy lib again Was: Thread safety & encodings support

From: Gary L Peskin <garyp@firstech.com>
Date: Fri, 18 May 2001 10:04:59 -0700
Message-ID: <3B05563B.3FA953FC@firstech.com>
To: Html-Tidy <html-tidy@w3.org>
Just FYI.  We do have JTidy set up at SourceForge and SourceForge has
been working well.  We strive to maintain compatability with Tidy, bugs
and all, but we do have JavaDoc that shows the interface designed by
Andy Quick who developed JTidy, if that's of any use to you.

I definitely think that JTidy and Tidy should be kept in synch as much
as possible.  For example, the Java version is not thread-safe either! 
Do you plan to keep the discussion here at html-tidy or will you move it
to SourceForge.  Please keep this list advised.

Thanks,
Gary

"Reitzel, Charlie" wrote:
> 
> There has been some discussion of setting up a source forge project for Tidy
> and refactoring it as a linked lib w/ a command line driver.   We have yet
> to hear back from Dave Raggett or anyone else at the w3c about the idea.  I
> think it is time to "just do it".
> 
> A few folks who have expressed interest and, more important, willingness to
> help.  Your suggestions indicate you have a similar interest.  Can we
> include you?
> 
> I haven't set up a Source Forge project before.  Anyone else have experience
> w/ this?  I think it would be the appropriate forum to compile bug/patch
> lists and host detailed design discussions.
> 
> Of course each of us will have his or her own pet priorities (I know I do).
> So I think we'll need to build some consensus on the overall project
> approach first and then we can discuss software specifics.  Before moving
> ahead on code, we should report back to this list and collect feedback.
> 
> Pet priority disclosure: I want to use Tidy for HTML scraping (e.g. putting
> the BODY tag into an XML element, for dynamic content reformatting).
> 
> Limited time disclaimer: we all probably have day jobs and limited time to
> devote to such an undertaking.  We'll need to be careful to set reasonable
> goals and schedules.  I'm thinking a basic API w/ bug fixes release could be
> managed this  summer.
> 
> Who's in?
> 
> Charles Reitzel
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Valeri.Atamaniouk@nokia.com [mailto:Valeri.Atamaniouk@nokia.com]
> Sent: Friday, May 18, 2001 3:42 AM
> To: html-tidy@w3.org
> Subject: Thread safety & encodings support.
> 
> Hello
> 
> I have a possibility of implementing a couple of improvements for the
> current tidy release.
> 
> First one: the tidy apparently is not thread-safe and is not usable as a
> thread-safe library/component. This could be fixed.
> Second one: add the more comprehensive encodings support for tidy. This task
> is also quite interesting.
> 
> If someone would like to participate pls. answer. Also the web-hosting
> support is required. If someone has no objections about deploying such a
> modifications on his/hers web-site this would be most appreciated.
> 
> BR
> Valeri Atamaniouk
Received on Friday, 18 May 2001 13:04:33 GMT

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