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RE: RE: Subtle Quirks

by beppu (Hermit)
on Jul 29, 2000 at 19:08 UTC ( #25089=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to RE: Subtle Quirks
in thread Subtle Quirks

Thank you.

I used a perl script called delirium to do that. It's a text filter that works on STDIN/STDOUT. It also uses HTML::Parser so it won't mess up your tags (just your content ;). I've put it up here at perlmonks.org, and it's also in the CVS repository for Free Software at my werk. (Just hit the link below).

Be glad that I didn't make the whole article delirious.

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