#116 Java with C Tidy (JNI or SWIG?)

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2008-07-09
2007-09-23
David
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I would like to be able to use the C version of Tidy inside of Java code. Before anyone mentions it I'm well aware of the JTidy implementation but many of the the known bugs I read for it prevent me from using it, plus I'd prefer to maintain 100% compatibility with the C version.

I found the following mail on the issue http://sourceforge.net/mailarchive/message.php?msg_name=4.3.2.7.2.20021017135817.020b1d40%40pop.rcn.com but don't know enough about SWIG to get this working at the moment so I was hoping someone has already managed this and could spell out more clearly what the steps are to get the code working with Java.

My alternative is using JNI directly, I made a brief start on this before I realised just how little C I know. If anyone has got a working JNI implementation they would like to share that would also be great.

If I can get it working I would be happy to maintain a JNITidy or JSWIGTidy type package for Win32 and linux x86, maybe even sparc solaris.

Discussion

  • Arnaud Desitter

    Arnaud Desitter - 2007-09-24

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    Try to contact the author of http://tidy.sf.net/issue/1646449

     
  • Björn Höhrmann

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