Re: Bug#203498: ITP: decss -- utility for stripping CSS tags from an HTML page.
On Thu, Jul 31, 2003, Tollef Fog Heen wrote:
> | > sed -e 's%\(<link[^>]*rel="stylesheet"[^>]*>\|<style>.*</style>\|\(style\|class\|id\)="[^"]*"\)%%g'
> it doesn't handle <style/text-align: left / kind of elements either.
And does decss handle them? If it does not, I suggest you explain the
point you are trying to make. If you are trying to prove that decss is
full of bugs, well thank you very much but I knew it. If you are trying
to prove that my sed script does not do what decss claims to do, thank
you too but I never made that claim, I just claimed that decss could be
replaced by that script.
It's also funny that in <[🔎] 20030731090120.GK10221@zoy.org> I predicted
that "the only effect it will have is people nitpicking at possible
caveats for strange HTML syntax examples". :-)