What is LMVTFY?
LMVTFY is a service that watches for new issues and new issue comments on a given GitHub repository. If the comments contain (links to) live Web examples (e.g. a jsFiddle), the example's HTML is extracted and run thru the HTML5 validator. If there are any validation errors, LMVTFY then posts a comment (such as this one) on the issue pointing out these errors, so that the poster may correct them and/or realize the error of their ways.
LMVTFY is a tool in the Tools for GitHub category of a tech stack.
LMVTFY is an open source tool with 286 GitHub stars and 21 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to LMVTFY's open source repository on GitHub
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