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Re: Using shtml with htmlprag - output of shtml->html is different to so
Re: Using shtml with htmlprag - output of shtml->html is different to some given HTML
Thu, 5 Sep 2019 09:38:49 +1000
Brilliant! I'm using the version which is bundled with the guile-lib
0.2.6.1 - https://www.nongnu.org/guile-lib/ for website,
https://download.savannah.nongnu.org/releases/guile-lib/ for download.
I haven't tried using a different version than this. I can also see from
the header that this version was `forked` (I'm not sure if that's the
best way to put it) and built into guile-lib in 2004. If trying a
different version of htmlprag is a good idea I can give that a go too.
Re: porting html-parsing and generally working with RnRS again, that
sounds like a good project. As it happens, when I was searching around
for more info about htmlprag I came across html-parsing, and I thought
that maybe it could drop easily into Guile but a glance at the code
confirmed this wasn't to be. It looks like a great library.
On 5/9/19 12:33 am, Neil Van Dyke wrote:
> Hi, Kenan.
> If you can tell me a URL for which `htmlprag` you're using, I'll try
> to fix the problem.
> If I can't quickly figure out a simple fix for that `htmlprag`, I
> might end up trying to quickly do an unofficial port of the current
> (sadly Racket-specific) incarnation of the `htmlprag` code, since the
> newer code works correctly with your example, and I don't see an
> obvious fix in the version history:
> (Coincidentally, I recently decided to switch back from Racket, to
> building atop RnRS again, and hopefully advancing it. `htmlprag` was
> the very first Scheme code I ever wrote, and was tested on many Scheme
> implementations, so porting `html-parsing` back from Racket first
> seems suiting, and probably very easy.)
> Neil V.