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From: Ben Noblet <ben@lateralsystems.com.au>
Date: Mon, 3 Nov 2003 12:54:56 +1100
To: "'ALLEN Matthew NGPS7'" <Matthew.Allen@framatome-anp.com>, <html-tidy@w3.org>
Message-Id: <20031103013656.BFE57139FB@dr-nick.w3.org>

> Hi there I am tryin to call tidy from a vb program but I am not too sure
on
> the string or even how I should pass the variables I want this is what I
am tryin to do.

I would suggest you try out the COM implementation of Tidy ... A much neater
way of calling it from VB6...

http://users.rcn.com/creitzel/tidy.html#comatl

(example VB app included)

Good luck
Ben


	    Shell ("C:\Temp\TidyTest\tidy.exe" & " -config
C:\Temp\TidyTest\config.txt -f C:\Temp\TidyTest\errors.txt" & " -out " &
frmConfig.chkOutput.Text & " " & stringpath(i))

	I want to shell tidy, 

	        tell it to use the config file -
C:\Temp\TidyTest\config.txt 
	        write the errors to-            C:\Temp\TidyTest\errors.txt 
	        output processed document to-   frmConfig.chkOutput.Text  -
a user defined place default is C:\Temp\TidyTest\new.html

	        working on the document-        stringpath(i)  - example
been C:\Temp\TidyTest\dtSearch_eOM.html 

	So all in same directory. 

	Which order should I be writing these? 

	Regards 
	matt 
Received on Sunday, 2 November 2003 20:42:33 UTC

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