html2perlstream - convert an HTML document to Perl code for that document
html2perlstream html2perlstream [options] - html2perlstream [options] file.html .. file.html
Takes an HTML file, and produces from it a Perl script that will generate that HTML using the HTML::Stream module.
For usage, just say:
The normal form is:
html2perlstream [-options] [files]
Any named HTML input file file.html will cause output script file.html.pl to be generated. To read from the standard input, specify '-', like this:
html2perlstream - < test.html
If reading from the standard input, the output Perl code goes to the standard output. So if you want to run it right away to see the output, just do this:
html2perlstream - < test.html | perl
Automatically load and run the output Perl file, then do a diff on that and the input file (you must input from a file and output to a file in order to use this).
html2perlstream -w -d testin/test.html
You'll get fewer differences if you build the code with
Try to generate code which will output all whitespace between tags verbatim. The default code only outputs whitespace if it is believed to be needed; e.g., if we are inside a
To run this, you need:
$Id: html2perlstream,v 1.10 2001/08/17 00:50:00 eryq Exp $
Eryq, 11 Jan 1997, firstname.lastname@example.org or thereabouts.
Thanks (independently) to Tony Cebzanov and John Buckman for suggesting that I write a tool like this.