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Kirk Strauser wrote:
> On Friday 26 May 2006 11:35, Kyrre Nygard wrote:
>> I am trying to transcribe The Noble Qur'an, by some said to be the
>> most elegant book ever written, into LaTeX format. That way I can format it
>> the way I wish, and study it at my own premises.
> I prefer "Godel, Escher & Bach", but that's just me. Anyway, didn't
> html2latex (/usr/ports/print/html2latex/pkg-descr) work?
- From my understanding, html2latex wouldn't have cut the parts out that
he doesn't need, but would just convert the complete files. As such, it
would not accomplish his request.
Then again, I may well be wrong about html2latex's ability ...
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