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#!/usr/bin/env perl eval 'exec /usr/bin/perl -S $0 ${1+"$@"}' if 0; # not running under some shell # $Author$ Last modified: 14 Dec 2003 15:30:18 # Suggested name: "pmnodecomp-blockquoter" - shorten if wished. # Or better yet make a symlink or alias. use strict; BEGIN { use vars qw! $plugin !; $plugin = (eval { # Place your own home-brewed filter module below. # This is only a suggestive example / default. require PMntextFilter; # import PMnTextFilter "quazzle wrench bangbar"; }) ? 'extern' : 'intern'; } use warnings; use vars qw! $DeBug $acq $outfm $rcnt $pictstr !, qw! $amps $ltgt $sqbr !; use subs qw! bbegin bendin newblk filtermeta !; $DeBug = 0; use constant rCNT => 66; # arbitrary length for output lines. format EBLK = </blockquote> . format BBLK = <blockquote> . format NBLK = <br><br> . if ($plugin eq 'extern') { $amps = sub { PMntextFilter::amps(@_) }; $ltgt = sub { PMntextFilter::ltgt(@_) }; $sqbr = sub { PMntextFilter::sqbr(@_) }; } else { $amps = sub { my $amper = '&amp;'; my $para = shift; $para =~ s% \& %$amper%oxgm; return $para; }; $ltgt = sub { my ($lt,$gt) = ( '&lt;','&gt;' ); my $para = shift; $para =~ s% \< %$lt%oxgm; $para =~ s% \> %$gt%oxgm; print STDERR "\n$acq\n" if $DeBug; return $para; }; $sqbr = sub { my ($sqbro,$sqbrc) = ( '&#91;','&#93;' ); my $para = shift; $para =~ s% \[ %$sqbro%oxgm; $para =~ s% \] %$sqbrc%oxgm; print STDERR "\n$acq\n" if $DeBug; return $para; }; } $pictstr = q[^] . q[<] x rCNT; $outfm = qq[format STDOUT = ] .qq[\n $pictstr\n] . q[$acq] . qq[\n.\n]; eval $outfm; die "Bad perl format!: $@" if $@; my $splurt = sub { local $/ = qq[]; $acq = <STDIN> }; my $pc = 0; bbegin; while (&$splurt and $pc++ < 10000) { filtermeta $acq; write while $acq; newblk unless eof(STDIN); } bendin; exit 0; sub filtermeta { # Do what you want to here. Given is a minimal default. $acq=&$amps($acq); $acq=&$ltgt($acq); $acq=&$sqbr($acq); } sub newblk { local $~ = "NBLK"; write; } sub bbegin { local $~ = "BBLK"; write; } sub bendin { local $~ = "EBLK"; write; }

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