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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I don't know why you're not having any luck with HTML syntax highlighting in vim. Try
    :set ft=html
    --

    --
    xoa

    • Oh, that always worked. This is what I do for the compose-window. But when reading an entry I'd rather not have the highlighted HTML-source but a nicely layed-out text document. I would have especeted that something like that already exists for vim. I couldn't find anything suitable though.
      • Oh, oh, I see. Could you pipe the file to lynx? Something like:
        :%!lynx -
        --

        --
        xoa

        • Could you pipe the file to lynx?

          Hmmh, looks as though lynx can't read HTML stream-wise. Same limitation applies to links. w3m however can do it but doesn't appear to understand this sort of HTML-bastardism. The result is basically identical to what got piped in. ":%!html2text -nobs" works but then there are no linebreaks for Plain Old Text format.

          Currently, I use IPC::Open2 to do it inside my module:


          sub get_entry {
                  my $id = shift or return;
                  my $