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Has anyone out there used Tidy with .NET for converting HTML to XHTML? I've been using SGMLReader, but am running into some snags when there is a non-HTML element prior to the parent <html> tag, so I thought I'd try using Tidy. I'm trying it with an ASP.NET application in C#, but can't get the DLL registered correctly. I created the .Net Wrapper using TlbImp, then copied the DLL into the /bin folder, but when I try to build the application, I get the error that the type or namespace 'TidyDocument' could not be found. Does this sound familiar to anyone out there? Thank you in advance.
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