I am coding AngularJs. This means that my HTML is split up into dozens of small HTML files.

I suspect that one/some of them have mis-matched tags, such as an opening <div> with no closing </div>.

If you code Angular, you will know that I can't just press Ctrl-U to view page source and expect to see the full HTML; that's not how Angular (ui-router) works.

So, does anyone know of a program which will traverse a directory tree, examining each .HTML file and reporting such mismatches?

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