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begin Henry House <hajhouse@houseag.com> 
> On Sat, Aug 17, 2002 at 09:25:36AM -0700, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
> > turns out that weblint is very dead.  hasn't been updated in a long
> > while.  letters to the author by me (recently), the debian package
> > maintainer (in 1999), and various other people (in between) have been
> > unanswered.
> > 
> > weblint.org is now just a bunch of aggresive popup ads.
> > 
> > too bad.  it's a useful tool.  if i were a better perl programmer, i'd
> > adopt it.
> 
> How sad. May I suggest you try tidy instead? It is reasonably up-to-date,
> supporting UTF-8, XHTML, and stylesheets.
 
excellent.   good-bye weblint.  too bad.  it was a cool name.

it's neat that tidy is by the w3c.  maybe that's why the author decided
to stop development on weblint.

perfect example of an outdated package that should be taken out of debian.

thanks!

pete


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