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Script Shell how's converting .html files

Hello everybody, Smilie

I need some help with a school project that I have to create for the next week. Smilie

So first, the aim of the Script is that I have a WebSite with a lot of .html / .shtml / .js / .css in one directory. That directory have few directory too but that's not so important, they have .css .js files too.

I'm explaining what the script need to do :

1. Copy all inclusions from .shtml files to .html files


In each .html file, there is a comment line like this :
Code:
<!--#include virtual="SSI_include/DeclarationHTML_de.shtml" -->
or
<!--#include virtual="SSI_include/Header.shtml" -->
or
<!--#include virtual="SSI_include/DeclarationHTML.shtml" -->

When a file have a
Code:
#include

I need to copy (by exemple for the first one) the body of the DeclarationHTML_de.shtml in the .html. The body of the DeclarationHTML_de.shtml will replace the comment line !


2. Delete all comments from .html / .css and .js files
Comments for the .html are <!-- blablabla --> They start with <!-- and end with -->
Comments for the .js and .css are like /* blabla */ They start with /* and finish with */

3. Change all files .shtml to .html

4. Create a new folder where I will put all files that I'v changed

5. Verify if the website working (open a .html file in a Firefox page)


I never had before make some Shell script, what I know is that I need to make the workschool in Shell and use Sed (and others basic stuff). Smilie

I need some help for my work and some explainations ! Smilie
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