tidy 20091223cvs-1 source package in Ubuntu

Changelog

tidy (20091223cvs-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New cvs snapshot
  * debian/compat: increased from 4 to 7
  * debian/control:
  - updated standards-version from 3.8.0.0 to 3.8.3.0
  - updated build-depends on debhelper from 4 to 7
  - libtidy-dev, added binary version for dependency on libtidy,
    (>= ${binary:Version})
  - tidy, updated binary version for dependency on libtidy,
    (= ${binary:Version})
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Ubuntu Archive Auto-Sync on 2010-01-05
Uploaded to:
Lucid
Original maintainer:
Jason Thomas
Component:
main
Architectures:
any
Section:
web
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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Binary packages built by this source

libtidy-0.99-0: HTML syntax checker and reformatter - library

 Corrects markup in a way compliant with the latest standards, and
 optimal for the popular browsers. It has a comprehensive knowledge
 of the attributes defined in the HTML 4.0 recommendation from W3C,
 and understands the US ASCII, ISO Latin-1, UTF-8 and the ISO 2022
 family of 7-bit encodings. In the output:
 .
  * HTML entity names for characters are used when appropriate.
  * Missing attribute quotes are added, and mismatched quotes found.
  * Tags lacking a terminating '>' are spotted.
  * Proprietary elements are recognized and reported as such.
  * The page is reformatted, from a choice of indentation styles.
 .
 Tidy is a product of the World Wide Web Consortium.

libtidy-dev: HTML syntax checker and reformatter - development

 Corrects markup in a way compliant with the latest standards, and
 optimal for the popular browsers. It has a comprehensive knowledge
 of the attributes defined in the HTML 4.0 recommendation from W3C,
 and understands the US ASCII, ISO Latin-1, UTF-8 and the ISO 2022
 family of 7-bit encodings. In the output:
 .
  * HTML entity names for characters are used when appropriate.
  * Missing attribute quotes are added, and mismatched quotes found.
  * Tags lacking a terminating '>' are spotted.
  * Proprietary elements are recognized and reported as such.
  * The page is reformatted, from a choice of indentation styles.
 .
 Tidy is a product of the World Wide Web Consortium.

tidy: HTML syntax checker and reformatter

 Corrects markup in a way compliant with the latest standards, and
 optimal for the popular browsers. It has a comprehensive knowledge
 of the attributes defined in the HTML 4.0 recommendation from W3C,
 and understands the US ASCII, ISO Latin-1, UTF-8 and the ISO 2022
 family of 7-bit encodings. In the output:
 .
  * HTML entity names for characters are used when appropriate.
  * Missing attribute quotes are added, and mismatched quotes found.
  * Tags lacking a terminating '>' are spotted.
  * Proprietary elements are recognized and reported as such.
  * The page is reformatted, from a choice of indentation styles.
 .
 Tidy is a product of the World Wide Web Consortium.

tidy-doc: HTML syntax checker and reformatter - documentation

 Corrects markup in a way compliant with the latest standards, and
 optimal for the popular browsers. It has a comprehensive knowledge
 of the attributes defined in the HTML 4.0 recommendation from W3C,
 and understands the US ASCII, ISO Latin-1, UTF-8 and the ISO 2022
 family of 7-bit encodings. In the output:
 .
  * HTML entity names for characters are used when appropriate.
  * Missing attribute quotes are added, and mismatched quotes found.
  * Tags lacking a terminating '>' are spotted.
  * Proprietary elements are recognized and reported as such.
  * The page is reformatted, from a choice of indentation styles.
 .
 Tidy is a product of the World Wide Web Consortium.