I've been watching this thread for solutions. It's a problem that has
annoyed me for sometime and comes up now in education with "learning
objects" - they're SCORM-compliant zipped websites for online
training. People make em in Windows and then they get all funny, like
any website, in Linux.
So I gave up and wrote the script. It worked for me and seems to fix
everything - though there no doubt some tags with URLs ignored.
The script replaces all file names in a folder to lowercase and swap
underscores for spaces and replaces all <a> <img> and some other tags
to lowercase (some collateral damage to titles may occur of course).
And since I'm on the subject, can anyone help me see why my blog
postings are the only ones screwed up on planet.ilug?
On 1/15/07, Jeroen Massar <jeroen at unfix.org> wrote:
> Sonic wrote:
> > Darn my word skipping brain. That totally threw me.
>> > Thanks for bringing my attention to this. Sorry to Jeroen!
>> Oh no worries, just blame it on the simple fact that I am not a native
> English speaker and thus jumble with words too much ;)
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