A highly customizable texinfo to HTML and other formats translator
The basic purpose of texi2html is to convert Texinfo documents into HTML,
and other formats. Configuration files written in perl provide fine degree
of control over the final output, allowing most every aspect of the final
output not specified in the Texinfo input file to be specified.
This is the README file for the texi2html distribution.
The primary distribution point is
For generic installation instructions on compiling and installing this
Automake-based distribution, please read the file `INSTALL'.
Installation notes specific to Texi2html:
* Installation is fairly simple, no compilers are required.
These images are licenced under a double CC-SA (Creative Commons
Attribution ShareAlike) and GPL licence (see file COPYING in that
directory). These licences are such that when combined with other
works the whole work should be under the GPL or CC-SA. So you cannot combine
the images with other materials, for example a manual text if the manual
text is under a licence that doesn't allows to b
This file records noteworthy changes.
* NEW FEATURES
* Add new hooks for user functions, for simple @-commands, and at the start and
end of special regions.
* BUG FIXES
* Tests are now more cross-platform and more tolerant of missing optional
* Don't use unidecode on unicode characters that are known not to have a good
texi2html - a Te
2009-01-05 Derek Price <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* NEWS: Transform a few of Patrice's ChangeLog entrie
This file contains a list of things yet to be done (see also in doc/TODO):
* Create detailed texinf
Lionel Cons, Karl Berry, Olaf Bachmann, Karl-Heinz Marbaise (texi2html
manual) and many others.
GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE
Version 2, June 1991
Copyright (C) 1989, 1991 Free Softw
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