This tool is used to check the TR35 spec .html files for correctness. See Cleaning up the spec.
For checking the CLDR spec, no arguments need to be supplied (other than the standard settings in CLDR Tools).
Input options include:
The output will be a listing of problems and how to correct them. Sometimes the HTML is not clean. In that case, you'll see lines like:
That is often due to only one problem (typically missing a closing value like </li>) that cascades.
For tables that don't need captions, please add <!-- nocaption --> after the <table>. That means people don't have to check through the problems each time to see which are real and which are not.
Under errors you will find mismatches in the version section numbers, or missing double links. There will be a suggestion as to the fix, but look at the text to see if that is right first, since sometimes it is the level that is wrong, or some other problem! Example: the following might be misnumbered, or it might need to be an h4 instead of h2.
Once those are addressed, then a clean table of contents is generated after "*REVISED TOC*", which you can use to replace the old ones.
At the very end, it lists a comparison to of the DTD items. There are two possible problems: