CLI 'wordprocessing' with text editor, was Re: [BL] HTML editor for BL2
ariadne at earthlink.com.au
Sun Oct 17 18:42:41 EDT 2004
On Sun, 17 Oct 2004 03:45:54 +0000 (UTC)
sindi keesan <keesan at sdf.lonestar.org> wrote:
> I found a website that says there is NO way to do a hard page break with
> HTML, which is designed for screen not paper.
That is correct.
So, why would you want an HTML file to have page breaks ?
> One could use a text editor combined with lynx or links to write HTML
> code, and then convert to ps to print or rtf to send elsewhere and add
> page breaks then.
Again, why ?
> html2ps (a perl 5 script), available also for DOS (is there a Perl for
Yes, I have heard mention of it but know nothing about it.
> Netscape - converts HTML to ps so you can print web pages.
> Opera might do the same.
I use Phoenix for that. :)
> Sorry, this is not really related to HTML editors but to finding a small
> CLI wordprocessor that will run on old computers without 16-bit color.
FWIW, I also use PEDIT for DOS as a non-graphical text editor/
programming editor/word processor. Freeware.
But for Linux, what is wrong with the internal editor of MC ?
Then F3 to see the result (single font).
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