Text-to-HTML processing program

phil hunt philh at invalid.email.address
Sun Jan 4 06:19:43 CET 2004


On Sat, 03 Jan 2004 11:05:54 -0500, Jeff Schwab <jeffplus at comcast.net> wrote:
>phil hunt wrote:
>> Does anyone know of a text-to-HTML processing program, ideally
>> written in Python because I'll probably be wanting to make small
>> modifications to it, which is simple and straightforward to use
>> and which uses a simple markup language (something like Wikipedia
>> markup would be ideal)?
>
>How about troff?  Or if you really want to keep it simple, why not use 
>the <pre> tag in HTML?

I wasn't aware troff did HTML output.

>Or if you really want to keep it simple, why not use
>the <pre> tag in HTML? 

Yuk. 

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