Well, that assumes you are using PERL to call SWISH-E. And, you have a good
reason to not use the ReplaceRules in the config file. You wouldn't need to
massage if you exercise caution.
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Sent: Monday, 31 August, 1998 00:43
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Subject: [SWISH-E] RE: Beginners question
On Sat, 29 Aug 1998, David Norris wrote:
> You have to use the ReplaceRules in the config file ...
No you don't. You can massage the output with the Perl script
that calling SWISH-E in the first place.
Received on Sun Aug 30 22:58:06 1998