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Re: XSL Tidy program?

Subject: Re: XSL Tidy program?
From: "Thomas B. Passin" <tpassin@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 30 Apr 2001 10:16:35 -0400
xml tidy in editplus
Use an editor that can select columns, like Edit Plus or JEdit, to get rid
of the leading '>' characters.  Or use regular expressions to find and
replace them (both those editors support REs, too).  Then you can feed it to
Tidy, or HTML-kit (which uses tidy in a good GUI editor, for those who
haven't encountered it yet).


Tom P

[Dan Diebolt]
> I was looking at something to clean up the indention of XML
> and XSL fragments that are posted and that have a nonsense
> mix of spaces or tabs and often word wrap or are prefixed with
> ">"s due to replys. Basically I would like a way to cut and
> paste fragments easily. I should have elaborated.

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