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Re^2: HTML::HTML5::Parser weirdness

by djh (Novice)
on Mar 04, 2020 at 17:45 UTC ( #11113776=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: HTML::HTML5::Parser weirdness
in thread HTML::HTML5::Parser weirdness

tobyink wrote:

"If that still doesn't work, try emailing the file to the author of that module, tobyink @ He can be very helpful sometimes. :)"

Hi Toby,

I sent an email to you enclosing the files on 2020-02-27 and I sent another as a reminder this morning. But I haven't received an acknowledgment or anything else in reply. Did you receive them?

Thanks, Dave

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Re^3: HTML::HTML5::Parser weirdness
by djh (Novice) on Mar 15, 2020 at 22:57 UTC
    As I said previously, I had written to tobyink @ as he invited but received no reply. So I posted here to enquire but have heard nothing from him since. I can see that he's been visiting this site and posting in other threads since, so I'm not sure what to infer? I still have the problem of his module refusing to process a particular HTML file. Does anybody else have any suggestions as to how to proceed?

      In a previous post you said:

      While I appreciate the benefits of SSCCE, I think the effort I would need to construct one in this case outweighs the benefits. But I may do so if I'm still stuck after a while.

      As it's now "after a while" and you're still apparently stuck, maybe now is the time to expend that effort and produce the SSCCE?

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