[texhax] Converting ascii text files to LaTeX
John C Frain
frainj at gmail.com
Tue Feb 13 12:15:09 CET 2007
Would it not be simple and sufficient just to add something like
at the start of the text file and
at the end of the file. If you wish to duplicate the text layout exactly
then you might consider using a verbatim environment.
On 11/02/07, cga <gavron at optonline.net> wrote:
> I have a few text files that I would like to convert to LaTeX.
> Is there any tool that does this..?
> A google search appears to indicate that txt2tex adds minimal TeX
> formatting to a plain text file, which is precisely what I need, but so
> far I haven't been able to locate a debian package that provides this
> I tried a large number of programs available on my system that convert
> the text files to html, pdf, ps, dvi, dvi, etc. then and use another
> utility to convert the intervening format to LaTeX but so far I haven't
> gotten anywhere.
> Has anyone done this before who might be able to recommend a simple
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John C Frain
Trinity College Dublin
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