Thanks. This module really is working for me. In fact it is the ONLY
module that meets my requirements. HTML::Restrict
might work but it uses Moose
. Actually I want "title" attributes on anchors and I did not not like the handling of stripped code, so I had to subclass and add a few method overrides. But altogether it is petty easy to use. I am building up some test cases and adding in Benchmark
'ing. It looks like writing a HTML::Parser
subclass might be the only alternative (and faster) but requiring some skill. Have you thought of writing a module that takes a HTML::StripScripts
spec and "compiles" it to a faster, slimmer direct subclass of HTML::Parser?
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