Mail Archives: djgpp/1997/12/14/13:04:09
On Sun, 14 Dec 1997, Nate Eldredge wrote:
> >I'm not aware of a place that offers libc docs in HTML format
> >available for ftp.
> But this question seems to come up fairly often. Isn't there a tool which
> turns texinfo into HTML? How does DJ do it for the web site? The libc manual
> does exist as one big texinfo file at one stage in its life; couldn't this
> tool be run on that and the result made available for mass consumption?
The tool is texi2html; it's a Perl script. So to produce the HTML docs,
the poor user should (a) download the libc sources; (b) install Perl; (c)
get texi2html from somewhere on the net; and (d) run all these together to
produce the HTML version.
Now, what do you think are chances that this will succeed for an average
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