Is anomy written in perl?? If so I could write a patch for this.
In actuality this should be fairly easy Just replace all <DIV...>
tags with "" nothing. And then replace all </DIV...> tags with <BR>
Everything is simple in theory though.
Let me know if you want me to take a crack at it and I will dl the
On Thu, 2003-01-23 at 11:51, Bjarni R. Einarsson wrote:
> I'll think about it guys. :)
> The current HTML cleaner, by design, can only defang things and has
> no built in support for replacing tag A with tag B, so this isn't
> quite a trivial modification. Doing it elegantly would require some
> Patches are of course welcome, but I reserve the right to be picky
> and not integrate any "hacks" into the main Anomy tree. :-)
> On 2003-01-23, 16:46:18 (-0000), email@example.com wrote:
> > Agreed, change both <FIXED_DIV> and </FIXED_DIV> to <BR>, better yet.
> > But up to Bjarni if he feels like doing it... OT.
> > Sent by: Benjamin Wall <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > ==================================================
> > Or better yet, can we replace it with <BR> That seems like the best
> > substitute for it. With the <P> </P> tags you get extra space between
> > the lines. I agree that M$ seems to be using the <FIXED_DIV> when other
> > much more simple HTML would suffice.
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