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Very cool script. I did notice that either or html2cgi hiccup a bit with lists, whether or not the <li> tag is closed with a </li>.

The following HTML chunk

<html> <head> <title>There is no title</title> </head> <body> <ul> <li>First item <li>Second item </ul> </body> </html>
use CGI "-no_debug", ":html", "comment", "header"; print header, start_html("-title" => "There is no title"), ul ( ul ( li ( "First item ", ), "\n", li ( "Second item ", ), "\n", ), "\n", ), "\n", end_html, ;
I have not run this back through to see the output, but it seems that something is adding an extra <ul> in there. (It adds an extra one for each <li> tag.)

--t. alex

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