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Re: TidyGUI

From: Howard Kaikow <kaikow@standards.com>
Date: Sun, 27 May 2001 12:18:59 -0400
Message-Id: <4.3.2.7.0.20010527121817.00b5bef0@127.0.0.1>
To: André Blavier <ablavier@wanadoo.fr>
Cc: "Howard Kaikow" <kaikow@standards.com>, <html-tidy@w3.org>
Did v 1.1.5 add an option to write an error file?

At 08:13 12/10/2000, André Blavier wrote:
 >Sorry, but as stated in the documentation
 >(http://perso.wanadoo.fr/ablavier/TidyGUI/) TidyGUI doesn't write error
 >files, even if you can set this option. If you really need that, I might
 >change it in the future.
 >
 >    -- André
 >
 >
 >----- Message d'origine -----
 >De : Howard Kaikow <kaikow@standards.com>
 >À : <html-tidy@w3.org>
 >Cc : Howard Kaikow <kaikow@standards.com>
 >Envoyé : mercredi 6 décembre 2000 12:02
 >Objet : TidyGUI
 >
 >
 >> I downloaded TidyGUI on 2 December 2000
 >>
 >> I have installed a shortcut on my Win 2000 Pro desktop that has
 >>
 >> Target: D:\HTML\Tidy\TidyGUI.exe -c TidyConfiguration.txt
 >>
 >> Start In: D:\HTML\Tidy
 >>
 >> The configuration file is located in the same directory as  TidyGUI.exe
 >and is:
 >>
 >> // HTML Tidy configuration file created by TidyGUI
 >> error-file: TidyErrors.txt
 >> tidy-mark: no
 >> enclose-text: yes
 >> enclose-block-text: yes
 >> drop-empty-paras: yes
 >>
 >> When I click on the desktop icon, TidyGUI does start with the
 >configuration
 >> file loaded, however, when I then browse to select a .html file and press
 >> the Tidy button, the error file does not get written to the disk.
 >>
 >> If I use
 >>
 >> tidy -config TidyConfiguration.txt
 >>
 >> from the command line, the error file does get written.
 >>
 >> When running from the command line, I put the .html file in the same
 >> directory as tidy.exe.
 >>
 >> What do I need to do to produce the errors file?
 >>
 >>
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