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html2sgml is a program wich converts html to sgml accroding to linuxdoc.sgml. With a file in linuxdoc.dtd format you can create nice typset books, well structured html-documents and so forth. linuxdoc.dtd is the format used in Linux HOWTOS, for example.

html2sgml i tuned to work well with Applix HTML, and will convert any footnotes apearent in the applix word-file that was used to produce the html.

To use html2sgml you need Perl. To use the image converting routines you also need: giftopnm, ppmtopgm and pnmtops

To do something usefull with the resulting file you also need linuxdoc-sgml or the follow up sgml-tools http://www.xs4all.nl/~cg/sgmltools/.

1.1 Getting html2sgml

The homepage of html2sgml is http://www.abc.se/~m9339/prog/html2sgml.html It is possible to ftp it from ftp://ftp.mc.hik.se/pub/users/mia95anp/html2sgml/. It has also been upploded to ftp://ftp.redhat.com and ftp://sunsite.unc.edu/pub/linux/.

1.2 Installation

To install html2sgml unpack the tarfile and cd into the disrtibution. Type

make install
It will install the programs html2sgml and mkbook, som files in the specified documentdirectory, including extras a couple of script that shows some examples of how you can merg severall html-files into one to use with html2sgml. A manual page will be installed too.

Edit the makefile to change where to install and where Perl is on your system. The default is /usr/bin/perl and prefix = /usr/local

1.3 Usage

See the manual page

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