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Normal
Broken in:
1.06
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Subject: Patch: Clarify Documentation for clean()
The documentation for HTML::Tidy's clean() method doesn't describe its return value clearly. For a more precise description, see the attached patch which applies against version 1.06. In case you're interested, I describe the background for this patch in my use.perl journal: http://use.perl.org/~tomhukins/journal/27445 Thanks, Tom
--- lib/HTML/Tidy.pm.old Fri Aug 19 15:30:54 2005 +++ lib/HTML/Tidy.pm Sun Nov 6 20:26:27 2005 @@ -241,8 +241,8 @@ Cleans a string, or list of strings, that make up a single HTML file. -Returns true if all went OK, or false if there was some problem calling -tidy, or parsing tidy's output. +Returns a string containing a cleaned version of the input strings, or +false if there was some problem calling tidy, or parsing tidy's output. =cut
Thank you, this change is in the svn repository now. On Sun Nov 06 14:33:31 2005, guest wrote:
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> The documentation for HTML::Tidy's clean() method doesn't describe its > return value clearly. For a more precise description, see the > attached patch which applies against version 1.06. > > In case you're interested, I describe the background for this patch in > my use.perl journal: > http://use.perl.org/~tomhukins/journal/27445 > > Thanks, > Tom
-- Jonathan Rockway <jrockway@cpan.org>


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