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Re: [Clip] TeX to HTML

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  • Scott Fordin
    ... Get thee to a Linux box! Alternatively, download Cygwin (free), which gives you a real UNIX environment on Windows, and includes, among other utilities,
    Message 1 of 2 , Sep 8, 2006
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      Axel Berger wrote:
      >
      > I'll admit, I'm becoming presumptuous, but has anyone got a working clip
      > to translate TeX to HTML syntax?
      > My literature database has its entries written that way for characters
      > that can't be typed with a German keyboard. These are French or Spanish
      > accents, thinspaces and sometimes sub- and superscript. A few examples
      > are:

      Get thee to a Linux box! Alternatively, download Cygwin (free),
      which gives you a real UNIX environment on Windows, and includes,
      among other utilities, tex2html. You may even be able to call
      that utility from a NoteTab clip, but I'm not sure...

      Scott

      > revidierte {\/\sc Trouton}sche Regel
      > reaction in ${\rm MgCl_{2}\bullet}n{\rm H_2O}$ and
      > International Thermodynamic Tables of the Fluid State --- 1
      > Größen $b$ und $\sqrt{a}$ der Zustandsgleichung
      > Gleichgewichte Dampf--Kondensat
      > Wasserdampf bis 800$\,^\circ$C und 800 bar
      >
      > As I'm not currently working with stuff like that, just the accents
      > would be fine too.
      >
      > Danke
      > Axel
      >
      >
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