[Webtest] What is /jtidy.properties for?

Dierk Koenig webtest@lists.canoo.com
Fri, 23 Jul 2004 09:06:54 +0200


/jtidy.properties should definitely be on the classpath, maybe
best in the webtest.jar.
It is actually one of the httpunit patches not to use
hardcoded jtidy.setXXX statements but external properties to control
jtidy's behaviour. At some times we needed to play around with
these settings, e.g. to suppress the annoying "&xxx not escaped"
warnings from jtidy.

I guess I forgot to add the file to cvs.
Sorry for that.


P.S. you will find a list of all possible settings in that file.

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Subject: [Webtest] What is /jtidy.properties for?


I get many:

WARN (JTidyHTMLParser.java:96) - Cannot read /jtidy.properties from
classpath, using defaults

what is this jtidy.properties good for? I don't see it anywhere. If it is
important, shouldn't it be in the distrib?
Else, is warning level not too high?

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