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## Re: What is the best html to latex program on the market or the internet

 From: Edd Barrett Subject: Re: What is the best html to latex program on the market or the internet ? Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2007 08:33:32 -0000 User-agent: G2/1.0

On Oct 23, 2:26 am, address@hidden wrote:
> maybe I should post in european tex groups also
>
> On Oct 22, 2:57 pm, address@hidden wrote:
>
> > Basically, it should do all that any of the tools below and in
>
> > 1/
> > human readable output that maintains the text lines of the source, ie
> > does not scramble the text lines or insert newlines unnecessarily or
> > removes them. inserts minimal latex elements.
>
> > 2/
> > maintains cross-links, ie convert <href to \ref and <name= to \label
>
> > but if the set of htmls is incomplete proceed with the assumption that
> > the reference is there, ie dont delete the links or try to modify them
> > or their addresses. One of the tool I tested is too smart in this
> > respect and actually ruins the result.
>
> > 3/
> > proper conversion of images, tables, etc. No math mode involved in
> > html.
>
> > 4/
> > Even an emacs lisp function could be written by a guru that can do the
> > job.
>
> > 5/
> > Is there any commercial wysiwig tool ?
>
> > LaTeX etc
>
> >     * html2latex is a program based on the NCSA html parser. Contact:
> >     * Another html2latex can combine several HTML files into a single
> > LaTeX file, converting links between the files to references. External
> > URL's can be converted into footnotes or into a bibliography sorted on
> > URL. Contact: address@hidden (Frans J. Faase)
> >     * Another html2latex implemented on Linux by yacc+lex+C. Also
> > available from the TSX-11 Linux FTP site as nc-html2latex-0.97.tar.gz.
> > Contact: address@hidden (Naoya Tozuka)
> >     * htmlatex.pl is a perl script to do the conversion (may be moving
> > soon). Contact: address@hidden (Jake Kesinger)
> >     * There is also a sed script to convert HTML into LaTeX.

Hi,

I don't know if this can be of help:
http://openwetware.org/wiki/User:Austin_J._Che/Extensions/LatexDoc

This is something that we are looking into to allow researchers to
distribute documents in both PDF and web-based (we hope).

Thanks

Edd