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Re: Desperately need help for html to LaTeX conversion


From: Aandi Inston
Subject: Re: Desperately need help for html to LaTeX conversion
Date: Mon, 15 Oct 2007 20:16:35 GMT

address@hidden wrote:

>Because my previous thread had no reply that could help
>me, I start it again.
>
>I am very depressed now with the following problem.
>
>I have a set of html files, must be human readable (as some of the
>output tools produce human readable LaTeX)
>
>that I want to convert to human readable latex.
>
>The program by
>http://in.geocities.com/ad_rab/
>
>produces human unreadable tex. and i could not see the compiled
>resulting dvi.
>
>The gnu program produces human readable latex, but does not handle all
>the tags.
>
>the C program by Faase ??? produces human readable latex but misses a
>few tags.
>
>The C program is unreadable by me so I cant modify it.
>
>On sourceforge there are two programs one in Perl and the other in
>Java.
>
>The perl one does not run due to path problems.
>
>The java one produces complicated latex, possibly human readable, but
>that does not compile so I could not see its quality.
>
>Does someone have a program? I prefer a well documented and fully
>commented program that one can modify or one that can do the job
>without the need for understanding its operation.
>
>Please help. The situation is very desperate.
>
>Vasantha
>
>Is there a html-merging tool that can merge a set of html files into a
>single html file and resolve the links and cross-references with
>minimal changes to the rest of the portions of the html, ie not
>scramble the rest of the file.
>
>I know some awk/perl/sed/python/scheme/lisp will do it.
>


Why? I don't see the PostScript connection.

Such blatant cross posting, while it might seem the obvious way to get
more people to see it and reply, might actually be extremely
counterproductive...
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