[OS X TeX] Looking texh4t and OpenDocument feedback

Bruno Voisin bvoisin at mac.com
Fri May 26 12:43:15 EDT 2006

Le 26 mai 06 à 16:30, Simon Spiegel a écrit :

>  At the moment, this file doesn't look so nice: No graphics have  
> been imported, strange things happend with some special characters  
> and the first letter of every bibliography entry was cut off. I'm  
> sure that I can improve the result, but I wanted to know from other  
> people who have experience with this setup: Is this a working  
> solution for long, complex documents, is it actually worth totry to  
> finetune my document?

Just in case (I haven't tried tex4ht myself yet): have you looked at  
the HTML code produced by TeX4Ht, have you tried to apply a HTML- 
syntax checker such as HTML Tidy (BBEdit includes it, NVu does too  
<http://www.nvu.com/download.php>), to see whether some post- 
processing of TeX4Ht output might be required?

Also, have you tried the X11 Mac port of OpenOffice <http:// 
porting.openoffice.org/mac/ooo-osx_downloads.html>? Both it and  
NeoOffice Alpha share the same OOo 2 code base, so they should yield  
identical results, but who knows?


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