----- Original Message -----
From: GOTO Kentaro <gotoken / math.sci.hokudai.ac.jp>

> In message "[ruby-talk:01425] Re: Ruby Language Reference
Manual--Glossary"
>     on 00/02/15, "Conrad Schneiker" <schneiker / jump.net> writes:
>
> >>     on 00/02/15, "Conrad Schneiker" <schneiker / jump.net> writes:
> >> >Also, does anyone have a ruby program that will cleanly combine
multiple
> >> >html file documents into one file to facilitate printing and (browser)
> >> >searching? (Humm, that would be a good item to add to the Ruby
Cookbook
> >> >FAQ.)
> >>
> >> I've enjoyed hacking up it :)
> >>
> >> -- gotoken
> >
> >Thanks!
> >
> >I'll put it to work and put it in the Ruby Cookbook FAQ.
>
> Sorry, that output little ugly HTML.  (I checked with only w3m then)

Well, it worked well enough for me--at least once I figured out that the
reason the program wasn't working initially was because the input was messed
up because I think I mistyped the ls command, using -l rather than -1 when
creating the file with the file list.

Anyway, the program itself worked fine, so thanks again.

> --- /home/chaos/gotoken/combman.rb~ Wed Feb 16 05:23:25 2000
> +++ /home/chaos/gotoken/combman.rb Wed Feb 16 19:57:44 2000
> @@ -54,3 +54,3 @@
>      puts <<-EOS
> -    <LI><a href=\"##{f}\">#{(f+'</a>').ljust(25).tr(" ", ".")} #{t}</LI>
> +    <LI><CODE><a href=\"##{f}\">#{(f+'</a>').ljust(25).tr(" ",
".")}</CODE> #{t}</LI>
>      EOS

This is something that I haven't learned about yet, but I want to know how
to make use of it. Is this output from patch or something?

Conrad