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Other conversions

Posted by: Anonymous Coward on April 30, 2004 12:19 PM
If one is interested in HTML output, then <A HREF="" TITLE="">txt2html</a> is more flexible in the text it converts than APT is; I think its conventions are more "intuitive". But then they're aiming at different audiences, really. On the other hand, once you have the HTML, one can use a HTML-to-whatever converter, to get what you want. Then again, how many chains of tools do people want to use?


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