nekohtml-1.9.22-4.mga7.noarch.rpm


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Description

nekohtml - HTML scanner and tag balancer

Property Value
Distribution Mageia 7
Repository Mageia Core i586
Package filename nekohtml-1.9.22-4.mga7.noarch.rpm
Package name nekohtml
Package version 1.9.22
Package release 4.mga7
Package architecture noarch
Package type rpm
Category Development/Java
Homepage http://nekohtml.sourceforge.net/
License ASL 2.0
Maintainer -
Download size 152.98 KB
Installed size 260.39 KB
NekoHTML is a simple HTML scanner and tag balancer that enables
application programmers to parse HTML documents and access the
information using standard XML interfaces. The parser can scan HTML
files and "fix up" many common mistakes that human (and computer)
authors make in writing HTML documents.  NekoHTML adds missing parent
elements; automatically closes elements with optional end tags; and
can handle mismatched inline element tags.
NekoHTML is written using the Xerces Native Interface (XNI) that is
the foundation of the Xerces2 implementation. This enables you to use
the NekoHTML parser with existing XNI tools without modification or
rewriting code.

Alternatives

Package Version Architecture Repository
nekohtml-1.9.22-4.mga7.noarch.rpm 1.9.22 noarch Mageia Core
nekohtml - - -

Requires

Name Value
bcel -
java-headless -
javapackages-tools -
mvn(xerces:xercesImpl) -
xerces-j2 >= 2.7.1
xml-commons-apis -

Provides

Name Value
mvn(nekohtml:nekohtml) = 1.9.22
mvn(nekohtml:nekohtml:pom:) = 1.9.22
mvn(net.sourceforge.nekohtml:nekohtml) = 1.9.22
mvn(net.sourceforge.nekohtml:nekohtml-xni) = 1.9.22
mvn(net.sourceforge.nekohtml:nekohtml:pom:) = 1.9.22
nekohtml = 1.9.22-4.mga7
osgi(org.cyberneko.html) = 1.9.22

Download

Type URL
Mirror distrib-coffee.ipsl.jussieu.fr
Binary Package nekohtml-1.9.22-4.mga7.noarch.rpm
Source Package nekohtml-1.9.22-4.mga7.src.rpm

Install Howto

  1. Enable the repository in Software Management
  2. Install nekohtml rpm package:
    # dnf install nekohtml

Files

Path
/usr/bin/nekohtml-filter
/usr/share/doc/nekohtml/LICENSE.txt
/usr/share/doc/nekohtml/README.txt
/usr/share/doc/nekohtml/changes.html
/usr/share/doc/nekohtml/faq.html
/usr/share/doc/nekohtml/filters.html
/usr/share/doc/nekohtml/index.html
/usr/share/doc/nekohtml/settings.html
/usr/share/doc/nekohtml/software.html
/usr/share/doc/nekohtml/usage.html
/usr/share/java/nekohtml-xni.jar
/usr/share/java/nekohtml.jar
/usr/share/maven-metadata/nekohtml.xml
/usr/share/maven-poms/nekohtml.pom

Changelog

2018-09-19 - umeabot <umeabot> 0:1.9.22-4.mga7
(not released yet)
+ Revision: 1264661
- Mageia 7 Mass Rebuild
+ neoclust <neoclust>
- Second rebuild of the java stack
2016-02-24 - neoclust <neoclust> 0:1.9.22-2.mga6
+ Revision: 977742
- First rebuild of the java stack
- sync package nekohtml with fedora
2016-02-09 - umeabot <umeabot> 0:1.9.14-16.mga6
+ Revision: 952181
- Mageia 6 Mass Rebuild

See Also

Package Description
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nekohtml-javadoc-1.9.22-4.mga7.noarch.rpm Javadoc for nekohtml
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nemo-4.0.6-3.mga7.i586.rpm File manager for Cinnamon
nemo-beesu-manager-1.8-5.mga7.noarch.rpm Utility to add beesu scripts to nemo
nemo-compare-4.0.2-0.20190208.git9f624b3.2.mga7.noarch.rpm Context menu comparison extension for nemo
nemo-emblems-4.0.2-0.20190208.git9f624b3.2.mga7.noarch.rpm Emblem support for nemo
nemo-fileroller-4.0.2-0.20190208.git9f624b3.2.mga7.i586.rpm File Roller extension for Nemo
nemo-image-converter-4.0.2-0.20190208.git9f624b3.2.mga7.i586.rpm Nemo extension to mass resize images
nemo-pastebin-4.0.2-0.20190208.git9f624b3.2.mga7.i586.rpm Pastebin extension for Nemo
nemo-preview-4.0.2-0.20190208.git9f624b3.2.mga7.i586.rpm A quick previewer for Nemo
nemo-terminal-4.0.2-0.20190208.git9f624b3.2.mga7.i586.rpm Nemo Terminal is a terminal embedded in Nemo
neomutt-20180716-0.4.mga7.i586.rpm A command line mail reader based on Mutt
neomutt-doc-20180716-0.4.mga7.noarch.rpm Documentation and examples for NeoMutt
neovim-0.3.5-1.mga7.i586.rpm Vim-fork focused on extensibility and usability
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