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A managed wrapper for the HTML Tidy library

, 12 Jan 2007 CPOL
A managed C++ for a small part of the HTML Tidy C library
zetahtmltidy_src.zip
ZetaHtmlTidy
DLL
release
mt.dep
ZetaHtmlTidy.dll
ZetaHtmlTidy.dll.intermediate.manifest
HtmlTidy
build
gmake
Makefile
gnuauto
configure.in
console
Makefile.am
include
Makefile.am
Makefile.am
setup.sh
src
Makefile.am
msvc
debug
mt.dep
tidy.exe.embed.manifest
tidy.exe.embed.manifest.res
tidy.exe.intermediate.manifest
DebugDLL
libtidy.dll.embed.manifest
libtidy.dll.embed.manifest.res
libtidy.dll.intermediate.manifest
libtidy.exp
mt.dep
MakeDLL.vc6
Makefile.vc6
release
libtidy.lib
mt.dep
tidy.exe.intermediate.manifest
tidy.map
releasedll
tidy.dsp
tidy.dsw
tidydll.dsp
tidylib.dsp
rpm
tidy.spec
console
include
src
Test
bin
Debug
Release
ZetaHtmlTidy.dll
obj
Debug
ResolveAssemblyReference.cache
TempPE
Release
ResolveAssemblyReference.cache
TempPE
Properties
Tidy Build Files

Each subdirectory contains input files to a selected
build system for TidyLib and the command line driver.
Some build systems are cross-platform (gmake, autoconf),
others (msvc) are platform specific.  For details
on any given build system, see the readme file for
that system.

Directory  System                Comments
---------  --------------------  --------------------------
gmake      GNU Make              Used for "official" builds

gnuauto    GNU AutoConf          Supports shared lib builds

msvc       MS Visual C++ v6      Win32 only

ms.net     MS Visual Studio.NET  Win32 only


Common Build Options

There are some basic build options for TidyLib, independent
of platform and build system.  Typically, these options can
be enabled or disabled by setting a macro value within the
Makefile or its equivalent.  An option may be disabled by
setting its value to "0".  Enable by setting to "1".  Again,
consult the directions for each build system for details
on how to enable/disable each option.

Option                        Default   Description
----------------------------  --------  ---------------------------------
DMALLOC                       Disabled  Use dmalloc for memory debugging
SUPPORT_ACCESSIBILITY_CHECKS  Enabled   Support W3C WAI checks
SUPPORT_UTF16_ENCODINGS       Enabled   Support Unicode documents
SUPPORT_ASIAN_ENCODINGS       Enabled   Support Big5 and ShiftJIS docs


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About the Author

Uwe Keim
Chief Technology Officer Zeta Producer Desktop CMS
Germany Germany
Uwe does programming since 1989 with experiences in Assembler, C++, MFC and lots of web- and database stuff and now uses ASP.NET and C# extensively, too. He has also teached programming to students at the local university.

In his free time, he does climbing, running and mountain biking. Recently he became a father of a cute boy.

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