tex2page – Produce HTML from TeX/LaTeX
TeX2page makes Web pages from TeX manuscripts. It reads an input document that is marked up in a TeX format (viz, plain TeX, LaTeX, Texinfo), and produces an output document with the functionally equivalent HTML markup. TeX2page uses the same input file syntax, calling conventions, and error-recovery mechanisms as TeX, and thus demands no additional expertise of a user already familiar with TeX. TeX2page runs on modern instances of Scheme (e.g., mzscheme, where it is included as part of the install package on Debian GNU/Linux) and Common Lisp.
The package does not appear on CTAN.
|Licenses||GNU General Public License|
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