For a website for work, I wanted to make sure the web guy writes valid HTML code.
I found a validation middleware for Django, which uses tidy.
But the website is in HTML5, so the normal tidy doesn’t validate it properly.
Luckily, there’s tidy-html5, a fork of tidy for html5, and it’s a drop-in replacement for tidy – to the point where it even works with python-tidy.
The package conflicts with the tidy packages; I’m not sure if I should set it to Obsoletes: the tidy package instead, and I don’t know if validates non-HTML5 the same way tidy does.
If anyone uses tidy regularly, give me some feedback. If anyone wants to take this into Fedora proper, let me know.