[texhax] lwarp package — Native LaTeX to HTMLconversion
kaveh at rivervalleytechnologies.com
Tue Mar 22 08:28:01 CET 2016
On 22 March 2016 at 04:47, Philip Taylor <P.Taylor at rhul.ac.uk> wrote:
> Reinhard Kotucha wrote:
> > Sure, tex4ht is in advantage because it's using TeX's parser. What is
> > so impressive IMO is that now TeX files can be parsed properly by
> > another scripting language.
> Is this true, Reinhard ? Can /any/ TeX file now be parsed properly by
> another scripting language, including (for example) those that change
> catcode on the fly, those that use \uppercase / \lowercase to perform
> "TeX magic" and so on, or only those (relatively simple) files that use
> only basic LaTeX markup ?
Phil, I wouldn't give it much chance of parsing your complex macros. From
what I remember even TeX struggles with those. ;-)
> ** Phil.
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