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Merge latex and make_html2text into textproc

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Matteo Cypriani 4 years ago
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  1. 2
      bin/latexd
  2. 2
      bin/make_html2text
  3. 9
      latex/README
  4. 9
      make_html2text/README
  5. 27
      textproc/README.md
  6. 0
      textproc/latexd.sh
  7. 0
      textproc/make_html2text.sh

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bin/latexd

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../latex/latexd.sh
../textproc/latexd.sh

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bin/make_html2text

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../make_html2text/make_html2text.sh
../textproc/make_html2text.sh

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latex/README

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latexd.sh watches a file and calls make when it is changed. This is
useful to automatically compile a LaTeX document when saved.
To detect a change, a MD5 sum of the file is computed.
This script works well (at least) on GNU/Linux and FreeBSD.
Limitations :
- Handles only a single file.
- The delay between two checks is not configurable.

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make_html2text/README

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make_html2text.sh converts all HTML (.html and .htm) files in the
current directory into text files (.txt). For each HTML file, it
verifies that the text file does not exists, or is older than the
corresponding HTML file; if the text file is more recent, nothing is
done.
To use this script, you will have to install the program html2text.
The option -nobs is used to avoid output of formatting sequences (bold,
italic, etc.).

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textproc/README.md

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latexd.sh
=========
`latexd.sh` is a quick and dirty script that watches a file and calls `make`
whenever a change is detected. This is useful to automatically compile a LaTeX
document when saved, but can actually be used in any case where you have to
call `make` regularly. To detect a change, a MD5 sum of the file is computed.
This script works well (at least) on GNU/Linux and FreeBSD.
Limitations :
- Handles only a single file.
- The delay between two checks is not configurable.
make_html2text.sh
=================
`make_html2text.sh` converts all HTML (`.html` and `.htm`) files in the current
directory into text files (.txt). For each HTML file, it verifies that the text
file does not exists, or is older than the corresponding HTML file; if the text
file is more recent, nothing is done.
To use this script, you will have to install the program `html2text`. The
option `-nobs` is used to avoid output of formatting sequences (bold, italic,
etc.).

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latex/latexd.sh → textproc/latexd.sh

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make_html2text/make_html2text.sh → textproc/make_html2text.sh

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