rtf2html (was Re: InterNIC Using Interleaf)

Christopher.McRae@library.ucsf.edu (Christopher McRae)
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From: Christopher.McRae@library.ucsf.edu (Christopher McRae)
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Subject: rtf2html (was Re: InterNIC Using Interleaf)
Date: Tue, 21 Sep 1993 08:47:36 PDT
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The URL is <file://ftp.cray.com/src/cjh/RTF/>.
Tim Stockwell writes:

rer@sun1x.res.utc.com (Rick Romkey) writes:
> I
> think there may be a big business for the first person to create an RTF to
> HTML, so that people don't need to learn Emacs, vi, or LaTex.
> Sigh.  At least I have a Mac Hypercard HTML editor too bad its horrible.

There already is a very good rtf2html at ftp.cray.com which I think Chris
Hector (cjh@cray.com) wrote.  It works very well on MS Word documents.
Tim Stockwell