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Thanks: me too

Thanks: me too

Posted Mar 24, 2004 18:42 UTC (Wed) by vondo (guest, #256)
In reply to: Thanks: me too by evgeny
Parent article: The Grumpy Editor's Guide to Image Viewers

Thanks, I'll look into one of those next time I find myself consulting 'info'

Optimal would be a CGI or PHP based program that would dynamically translate 'info' into HTML. Any such product like that out there?


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texinfo in HTML is trivial

Posted Mar 24, 2004 19:41 UTC (Wed) by nix (subscriber, #2304) [Link]

Er, makeinfo --html?

(It's good enough for GNU's on-line manual pages...)

Admittedly, you can't search multi-node HTML documents without external tools (which makes me wonder why anyone bothers with it as a primary documentation format.)

Thanks: me too

Posted Mar 24, 2004 20:59 UTC (Wed) by dswegen (guest, #4431) [Link]

info2www is a CGI program that does exactly that. Pretty reasonable it is too...

Info

Posted Mar 25, 2004 4:08 UTC (Thu) by rfunk (subscriber, #4054) [Link]

If you use Konqueror you can get to info pages with a URL like info:/gzip.

Info

Posted Apr 1, 2004 18:59 UTC (Thu) by mikachu (guest, #5333) [Link]

this works in galeon (and probably epiphany) too


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