Converting PS and PDF to HTML
dotancohen at gmail.com
Sun Dec 25 22:59:56 UTC 2005
On 12/25/05, M Daniel R M <4.mdr.magarzo at gmail.com> wrote:
> El dom, 25-12-2005 a las 10:07 -0800, Antonio Olivares escribió:
> > There are several choices and for that you are the
> > best one to take a risk.
> > Try pdftohtml from sourceforge. There are two files
> > one tar.gz which you will have to install with
> > $ tar -zxvf pdfto<TAB>
> > $ ./configure
> > $ make
> > # make install
> > or instructions which are .
> > and one for windows[evil empire].
> > http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=45839
> > Best Regards and Merry Xmas,
> > Antonio
> pfdtohtml rpm package can be found into the "extras" repo;
> Run "rpm -qli pdftohtml" first, you may have already it installed!
> If not, you know... either your own by hand or yum can do it for you.
> Be aware it has several limitations (such as tables, etc..)
> Copied & pasted:
> $ yum info pdftohtml Setting up repositories Reading repository metadata
> in from local files
> Installed Packages
> Name : pdftohtml
> Arch : i386
> Version: 0.36
> Release: 4
> Size : 634 k
> Repo : installed
> Summary: PDF to HTML converter
> PDFTOHTML converts Portable Document Format (PDF) files to HTML
> format. This release converts text and links. Bold and italic face are
> preserved, but high level HTML structures ( like lists or tables ) are
> not yet generated. Images are ignored ( but you can extract them from
> the PDF file using pdfimages, distributed with the Xpdf package ).
> The current version is tested on Linux and Solaris 2.6
[root at localhost ~]# rpm -qli pdftohtml
package pdftohtml is not installed
Installing now. Thank you!
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