HTB 2.0 is a free, command-line utility to reformat HTML/XML/XSLT source code with an array of user specified options. The output is clean, consistent, and easy-to-read tagged markup code.
The format for "htb" at the command line prompt is:
"htb -(options) [tagged filename] [new filename]"
Options may be combined into one argument (
-l -m -5 = -lm5). If an output file is not defined, reformatted data is sent to "standard out". The default behavior for "htb" is to make all tag and tag attributes upper case and use 3 spaces for indenting. Also, tags going over 80 columns will be broken by attribute name onto the succeeding lines.