HTML bettering?

Konrad Anton KAnton at gmx.de
Thu Jun 17 18:54:36 CEST 1999


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Content preview:  Matej Cepl <Cepl at fpm.cz> wrote: >How to make as simple as
  tool which would make some simple operation >over HTML (e.g., headings numbering)?
   If I would use htmllib.py, I would >have to build HTMLformatter or I am wrong
   and it is easy? > Does it have to be a selfmade Python solution? If you just
   want to number your headlines (and if you speak Perl), have a look at WML[1]
   which combines embedded Perl, m4, MetaHTML, an HTML optimizer and five other
   passes your input script is fed into. It's under GPL and fairly well documented.
   [...] 

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