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Date: Thu, 08 Sep 1994 21:46:30 -0500
To: djgpp AT sun DOT soe DOT clarkson DOT edu
From: jburrell AT crl DOT com (Jason Burrell)
Subject: Converting .TeX files

        I'm having a rather annoying problem. I cruised on by 
oak.oakland.edu and got djeoe, gcc260, gpp260, djdev, the make utility, and 
the TexInfo program (txi*bn.zip). So I unzip them all, and go off to read 
the documentation. I take it I'm missing a file or two. (?)

Info.exe aborts with:

info.exe: dir: file not found

That isn't the real problem, though. The real problem is that I want to 
print out the documentation. It is in .Tex format, and I really don't want 
to print out the control codes. Is there a small program out there that will 
convert .Tex files to standard ASCII, preferably putting any "#include" 
files in the correct places? (By #include I mean any files that are 
referenced, but in a seperate file, ala hypertext.)

Thanks. 
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