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Texi2HTML - Open Source Texinfo to HTML Conversion Script

Introduction | Documentation | Get the Software | Help and Bug Reports | Development

Introduction to Texi2HTML

Texi2HTML is a Perl script which converts Texinfo source files to HTML output, licensed under the GNU General Public License, version 2, or any later version.

This is an evolving version of the script originally developed by Lionel Cons and later maintained for a time by Olaf Bachmann.  It now supports many advanced features, such as internationalization and extremely configurable output formats.  It is still in development despite the fact that GNU makeinfo now supports HTML output because it still supports many features beyond those supported by makeinfo.

Texi2HTML Documentation

The manual is still somewhat sketchy (volunteers especially welcome).

Downloading Texi2HTML

The latest releases are available from ftp.nongnu.org.

Derek's public PGP key (for verifying MD5 sums on release announcements) is available on pgp.mit.edu and its associated servers. The fingerprint is CB6A 07CA 90C5 4234 E8A3 C8D0 2C3D 4E4C 17F2 31A4.

Texi2HTML Help and Bug Reports

Help requests and bug reports are handled on the Texi2HTML Mailing Lists.

Development of Texi2HTML

You may browse the current Texi2HTML sources on Savannah.

You may also view the project pages.

Please send comments on these web pages to texinfo-bug@gnu.org.

This page Copyright (C) 2005-2008 Derek R. Price & Ximbiot LLC


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