Hi John,

By now the HTMLDOC is the only way to generate paginated documents. I
guess some LaTeX conversion would also do the job.

For v3, in which I want to add a nice plugin schema, I guess we could
have pagination added with less effort than in today's messy code.

Thanks for the information!
Bye


On Wed, Mar 11, 2009 at 08:56, chueewowee <jonip...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I should add, that I am aware of the HTMLDOC method, and have used it
> with success. Highly recommended.
> However, the facility within t2t would be better as a useful feature for
> hypertext, and where the next/prev  links would include titles. THis is
> found for example, in Tinderbox client, and also in the perl script
> Blookie:
> http://blooki.org/development/pagination-in-blooki
>
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