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Old 05-26-2007, 02:48 PM   #21
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Pielrf 2.0.2 for ConvertLit Users!

New version pielrf 2.0.2.

See the first post to download.

This is for users of ConvertLit.

I now inlude the "--strip-html" option to strip all unknown HTML tags from the input text file (known tags, like <i></i> are preserved).

I also provide a separate utility striphtml to produce a pre-stripped output file. ConvertLit tends to generate fairly complex HTML, so taking the unknown HTML out ahead of time makes it a lot easier to add "<chapter>" tags in the right place.
- Added "--strip-html" to remove unknown HTML.
- striphtml utility pre-strips unknown HTML for easier editing.
- Fixed explanation of "--baselineskip" option.
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