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HTMLCOPY(1)	      User Contributed Perl Documentation	   HTMLCOPY(1)

NAME
       htmlcopy	-- Copy	a HTML file without breaking links.

SYNOPSIS
	htmlcopy [OPTION] {SOURCE | -} [DESTINATION]

DESCRIPTION
       htmlcopy	a source HTML file into	DESTINATION. If	the HTML file have
       links to	images,	other HTML files, javascripts and cascading style
       sheets, htmlcopy	changing link path in the HTML file to keep the	link
       destination.

       When DESTINATION	is omitted, the	modified HTML is written in the
       standard	output.	Also it	is assumed that	output location	is the current
       working directory.

       SOURCE and DESTINATION should be	cleanuped pathes. For example, a
       verbose path like '/aa/bb/../cc'	may cause converting links wrongly.
       This is a limitaion of the URI module's rel method. To cleanup pathes,
       Cwd::realpath is	useful.

OPTIONS
       -h, --help
	   Print a brief help message and exits.

       -m, --man
	   Prints the manual page and exits.

AUTHOR
       Tetsuro KURITA <tkurita@mac.com>

perl v5.32.1			  2013-06-21			   HTMLCOPY(1)

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