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Re: converting absolute to relative links

by repson (Chaplain)
on Feb 03, 2001 at 10:52 UTC ( #56211=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to converting absolute to relative links

The main wheels I would suggest would be HTML::Parser or any of several others in the HTML:: tree, and URI.

use URI; use HTML::Parser; my $parse = new HTML::Parser( default_h => [ sub {print shift}, 'text' + ], start_h => [ sub { my ($tag, $attr, $origtext) = @_; if (($tag eq 'img') and ($attr->{src} =~ m#^(?:http://)?myserver\. +#)) { $attr->{img} = URI->new($attr->{img})->abs('' +); print "<$tag " . join (' ', map {$_.'="' . $attr->{$_} . '"'} ke +ys %$attr) . '>'; } else { print $origtext; } }, "tagname, attr, text"] ); $parse->parse(join('',<>));
However this code is untested and may well need some work. It currently would take input on STDIN and produce results on STDOUT.

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