Tex Info etc

Jyrki Kuoppala suggests both using the texinfo reader as a base for a browser, and also uconverting texinfo documents into html.
GONTER@awiwuw11.wu-wien.ac.at (Gerhard Gonter)

28 Jun 91 07:55:04 GMT

Wirtschaftsuniversitaet Wien, Vienna, Austria

Newsgroups: alt.hypertext I recently came across a hypertext book on umn-cs.cs.umn.edu directory /pub/gnu/hypertext which is intended for use with Emacs. Can anyone tell me a) if there is a *full* description of the encoding for such files; preferably from some ftp host. (actually it was not hard to interpret these files). b) if there are other documents encoded this way and where these can be obtained from. thank you for your support best wishes, Gerhard Gonter +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ Gerhard Gonter <GONTER@AWIWUW11.BITNET> Tel: +43/1/31336/4578 <gonter@awiwuw11.wu-wien.ac.at>+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+
science@oasys.dt.navy.mil (Zimmermann)

29 Jun 91 13:05:46 GMT

David Taylor Research Center, Bethesda, Md.

Newsgroups: alt.hypertext References: <91178.131034GONTER@awiwuw11.wu-wien.ac.at> re hypertext and Emacs, as mentioned in another reply INFO mode is really hypertextual; there is an informal project to make it easier to write and edit INFO documents, called "Para Mode"; for further information, you may want to get on the Para mailing list (send requests to "Para-request@cs.cmu.edu", or postings to "para@cs.cmu.edu"). Para mode is by Bob Chassell of the FSF. The Para archives are at ipl.rpi.edu (though note that configuration changes recently have occasionally knocked the ipl machine off the nets). The hypertextual book may be the draft by Roy Rada of Liverpool, which was posted to the Para list a year or so ago, I speculate....