>I need to take html pages and throw these at the printer without having to
>fire up netscape each time. Is there a filter/utility to render html
would produce TeX output.
Mind you, this turns into a moderately complex set of filters:
Step 1: HTML via jadetex --> .tex
jadetex produces a .tex output file, using an HTML DTD as well as DSSSL
Step 2: TeX that --> .dvi
TeX uses the .tex file, as well as a format file to handle the Jadetex
Step 3: dvips --> Postscript
Requiring minimal "special configuration"
Step 4: ps --> whatever, using Ghostscript
Perhaps I should step back a step, and suggest that ``HTML-to-PS is
something that would be useful'' and not suggest too much about how it
ought to be implemented...
"On a normal ascii line, the only safe condition to detect is a 'BREAK'
- everything else having been assigned functions by Gnu EMACS." (By