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Hmm, I guess that's one interpretation. It doesn't seem to be doing it though.

I should give some code, shouldn't I? OK, I have a file, which when I do tidy test.html on the command line, gives three warnings and makes 3 changes.

line 5 column 1 - Warning: <style> inserting "type" attribute line 11 column 1 - Warning: trimming empty <p> line 11 column 4 - Warning: trimming empty <p>

But this script does nothing, generating no warnings and reproducing "test.html" exactly the same as before.

#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; use diagnostics; use HTML::Tidy; undef $/; open(M,"test.html") || die "$!"; my $html = <M>; my $tidy = new HTML::Tidy; $tidy->clean( "this file", $html ); for my $message ( $tidy->messages ) { print $message->as_string . "\n"; } print $html;

=~y~b-v~a-z~s; print

In reply to Re^2: HTML::Tidy and mysterious HTML::Tidy::Document by Cody Pendant
in thread HTML::Tidy and mysterious HTML::Tidy::Document by Cody Pendant

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