murray at math.umass.edu
Sun Nov 12 23:46:24 CET 2006
OK, I tried that, using of course my paths to python.exe and the plastex
script. I got this error:
The NTVDM CPU has encountered an illegal instruction.
CS:066b IP:0257 OP:fe 95 b8 ff ff
Choose 'Close' to terminate the application.
I guess it's time to give up on plastex until such time as it's more mature.
[Begin rang: Of course then there's my general experience that hardly
anything ported or borrowed from the*nix world ever works correctly (at
least the first time) in Windows. End rant.]
Juergen Fenn wrote:
> Murray Eisenberg <murray at math.umass.edu> writes:
>> Thanks for your reply, but I don't understand: there's no Windows .exe
>> file in the plastex distribution (at least none that I could find).
>> So what command line did you type???
> You run a Python script under Windows by calling
> python path\to\script.py
> In order to make this easier, I wrote a batch file for calling plastex
> which is saved in my path. On my system Python is installed at
> f:\python. So the batch file is called plastex.bat and it looks like
> f:\python\python.exe f:\python\Scripts\plastex %1
> This way, you can call
> plastex path\to\test.tex
> under Windows for any LaTeX file you want to test plastex with. And
> that's what I did. And it didn't work with any of the articles I wrote
> recently. Plastex only worked with the minimal example document I
> posted earlier, which isn't much yet. However, I am happy about any
> effort that goes into LaTeX converters. So, I would say it is a
> latex2html mailing list
> latex2html at tug.org
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