We ran a 16 hour regression test last night, which generated its output in HTML.

One colleague has an HTML file which he says no browser can open, presumably because it is so large (they are all just text, with a bit of colo(u)r, nothing fancy; I had thought of exporting to plain text, but, alas, we do relay on colo(u)r to indicate pass/fail (the tool does that & we can't change it; I suppose I could run a Python script over it, find the CSS for the failure colo(u)r and insert some text ...)).

My own result file is large, but viewable, but is incredibly slow to navigate.

So, I am seeking an app which:

  • runs in Windows
  • is free for commercial use (do we have a tag for that?)
  • allows me to view & quickly navigate within humongous HTML files
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    What kind of sizes (in MB)? – Nicolas Raoul Sep 12 '18 at 6:54
  • Nothing major; less than 10 mB – Mawg Sep 12 '18 at 7:07

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