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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Use HtmlDoc [easysw.com] from Easy Software products. We have a plugin for AxKit that allows you to use this, and it's much easier than anything else at converting a site to PDF. And the results are very very good.
    • thanks matt.

      had a look at the site and I'm pretty impressed with the license and docs and I'll checkout the ax plugin. I found a gnu tool available for multiple platforms - Antiword [demon.nl]. It claims to convert "... Word documents to plain text, to PostScript and to XML/DocBook ...".

      might be interesting to have a showdown between the two and see the results.

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      bootload [netspace.net.au], groking softwa