Re: conversion programs from ascii to HTML

Florent Guillaume (guillaum@clipper.ens.fr)
Thu, 3 Aug 95 23:46:37 +0200


Date: Thu, 3 Aug 95 23:46:37 +0200
From: guillaum@clipper.ens.fr (Florent Guillaume)
Message-Id: <9508032146.AA03771@clipper.ens.fr>
To: davisl@cc.denison.edu, www-html@w3.org
Subject: Re:  conversion programs from ascii to HTML

> I am trying to find a good conversion program for ascii files to HTML
> documents.  We are in the process of converting many, many, many ascii
> files to HTML and it would be much easier if there was a program that would
> do it automatically.

You may want to try RosettaMan, by T.A. Phelps.  It's a unix program
that will try to guess HTML markup from an existing text.  It's designed
to work with man pages, but can probably be used with other kinds of
texts.

ftp://ftp.cs.berkeley.edu/ucb/people/phelps/tcltk/rman.tar.Z

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