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html_scrub

html_scrub filters HTML to eliminate or warn you about certain tags, as specified in a configuration file. It is designed mainly for people who receive HTML files from contributors and must screen out certain tags in order to apply site standards.

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  •  10 Nov 2004 10:23

    Release Notes: This release uses some minor code rearrangements to eliminate some harmless but possibly annoying compiler warnings. It also fixes a bug that caused estr_error_reporter() to return a wild pointer. This bug does not affect html_scrub (which does not call this function) but it may affect derived works.

    •  12 Jul 2004 16:20

      Release Notes: This release is mostly a minor code cleanup. However, it also fixes a potentially fatal bug in the error handling for the parsing of the command line.

      •  07 Jun 2004 14:02

        Release Notes: This release addresses a bug involving the misinterpretation of the '<' character within Javascript and other scripting languages.

        •  01 Jun 2004 04:39

          Release Notes: You can now screen not only HTML tags but also attributes within tags. For example, you can remove the FACE attribute from within FONT tags and specify actions for HTML comments.

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