Reviews by Richard Huxton

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CSS-Inliner (3674) ***

Seems to work just fine for the basic case I need. Interface is easy enough to use. Code is easy to read and has tests.

Some (very) minor quibbles/observations:

1. Type-checking on the API parameters might be improved for those of us that just skim the docs :-)

2. Option to pass in html and css separately would have been good too.

3. Has built-in URI fetching for remote css (which I don't need), so code is a bit longer than necessary. If you do need it, then thats a plus.

4. Re-parses your HTML so you can't rely on maintaining non-critical whitespace, some characters will be &xxx; encoded etc.

5. Version-number is a bit odd.

Richard Huxton - 2012-10-22T03:13:47 (permalink)

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TAP-Harness-JUnit (0.37) *****

Does what it's supposed to, without any fuss. Documentation is clear as is code.

Developers responded quickly to a proposed patch improving Jenkins CI integration and since the project was on github the patching process was simple.

Richard Huxton - 2012-08-06T12:08:55 (permalink)

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HTML-Tabulate (0.35) ****

Good documentation, pretty flexible and with a sensible interface.

You can control styling, have multiple tbody sections and add one or more rows to the bottom of the table (e.g. for totals). Table data can be pre-processed and formatted separately and converted into links if required.

Limitations: no tfoot support, you can't add rows between tbody sections (for section totals).

Richard Huxton - 2010-03-30T11:58:20 (permalink)

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