I'm stumped a bit, at the current problem in ClothRed development: Since Textile supports HTML-attributes, I have to implement them somehow. The suggestion to look at Hpricot was neat, but it doesn't do what I need (at least, I can't find it). Let me give an example: This: <p id="big-red">Red here</p> Has to become: p(#big-red). Red here So, I'd need a way of: Finding a given attribute, extract it's contents, place it inside the Textile-markup, and get rid of the HTML tag. I've been digging through Google and Hpricot's documentation, but haven't found anything, that does what I want. My guess is: I need a Regexp, but I have no clue how to match unknown contents, while discarding known content.. Does anyone have ideas? Or a hint where I should look? -- Phillip "CynicalRyan" Gawlowski http://cynicalryan.110mb.com/ http://clothred.rubyforge.org Rule of Open-Source Programming #15: If you like it, let the author know. If you hate it, let the author know why.
on 2007-04-16 22:59