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The software on this pages will slowly be moved to GitHub https://github.com/hilbix/. The CVS repository will be migrated to GIT as well, so the history will be preserved, a bit. See FAQ.

Scylla and Charybdis, tinohtmlparse - Tools

The tools are developed under Linux with ESR's paradigm release early, release often in mind.
So you can consider this beta software, or alpha, or pre-alpha, or even worse ;)

Have a look in the download directory for all downloads.
As always here, all you get is the source. No binaries here.

tinohtmlparse 0.3.1-20090713-002009

Simple HTML parser to extract information from HTML files by shell

⇒ ⇒ ⇒ The development shifted to another location. All future versions will be published at https://github.com/hilbix/tinohtmlparse   ⇐ ⇐ ⇐

tinohtmlparse is based on ekHTML parser, to enable simple shell scripts to extract data out of an HTML file.

For an example read the README file.


version 0.3.1-20090713-002009

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Bugfix release: URL parser in tinohtmlabsurl.sh was broken.

#anchor and ?query type short URLs did not work correctly. It forgot to include the base filename and/or the query. Also "mailto:" and "news:" type URLs shall work now.

version 0.3.0-20090713-001713

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Changed the output format. Now TAB preceedes the URL. Now installs into /usr/local/bin

If you need the old format with only spaces (space instead of TAB), use --old.

version 0.2.0-20071230-185919

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Bugfix: ∧ had the wrong Entitiy code.

Also: Code now placed under the CLL.

version 0.1.6-20071230-181703

(11983 bytes archive)

README corrected

version 0.1.5-20070916-082005

(11829 bytes archive)

README corrected

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License and Disclaimer

All you can see here is free software according to the GNU GPL.
Copyright (C)2000-2011 by Valentin Hilbig
Note that the software comes with absolutely no warranty of any kind.
You use the software at your own risk.
Valentin Hilbig cannot be hold responsible for any unintended damage,
lost data or malfunction of the software you can find here.

[FSFE contributor 2007]

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