On Mon, 15 Jan 2007 18:35:32 +0000, "Ian Spillane" <iantheteacher at gmail.com> wrote:
>> 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).
Before I knew a FAT partition would work, this is exactly the sort of script I was looking for so thanks for posting it. I'll be using it to fix the book I'm reading and will then re-submit the fixed book back to the Authers informing them of the problems the original causes. If enough people did this it'd cut down on future hassels for others.
Imagine a world like that!
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