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Re: Probably a simple question (jtidy)?

From: Arno Schatz <list@arnoschatz.de>
Date: Thu, 17 Jul 2003 17:58:14 +0200
Message-ID: <3F16C796.8010502@arnoschatz.de>
To: Endre Rognerud <e.m.rognerud@usit.uio.no>
Cc: html-tidy@w3.org


JTidy won't do outputting of the original HTML string out-of-the-box. Not sure how 
difficult it is to add. But the Jivan HTML (Re)Parser can do it out of the box. Whenever 
you do not change a node, the Jivan Parser will return the original HTML string for that 
node (and subnodes).

Check out www.jivan.org


Endre Rognerud wrote:
> Hi!
> I'm new to jtidy and I have a question I can't find an answer to. Hope
> someone on this list can give me a hint :)
> I use jtidy to parse a html document so I can save some metadata. These data
> I use to create a modified version of the same document. Some of the tags,
> i.e. the body-content, I want to save "untouched". 
> Is it possible to let jtidy give me the offset (start and stop) of a
> node/tag? Then I can just use substring to get the content without doing som
> regexp etc.
> If not, it would be nice if jtidy could give me i pretty print of one
> node/tag or give me a part of the original document. Then I can get a script
> tag as is and save this for later. Is this possible?
> Thanks in advance!
> --
> Regards, Endre... :)
Received on Thursday, 17 July 2003 12:22:28 UTC

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