Html or Pdf to Rtf (Linux) with Python

Mike Meyer mwm at mired.org
Fri Dec 17 01:28:53 CET 2004


Axel Straschil <axel at straschil.com> writes:

> Hello!
>
>> That's easy. Load the HTML in MS Word, and save it as RTF. Script it
>> via COM using the python win32all (I think that's what it's now
>> called) package.
> As I wrote in my posting and the subject: linux ;-)
> I could try to do this with open office, by I'm afraid this will not
> be a performant solution ;-(
> I realy was spending hour's on that, the only thing I found was a
> spezifikation for reach text, maybe a good point to start a project ...

Sorry. I forgot the original subject.

You might take a look at PyRTF in PyPI. It's still in beta,
though. But it might be enough that coupled with the HTMLParser.py to
get you where you need to go.

    <mike
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