[Ach] [PATCH] Added latex2html to Makefile
arsen.stasic at univie.ac.at
Wed Nov 20 08:50:15 CET 2013
* Arsen STASIC <arsen.stasic at univie.ac.at> [2013-11-20 08:28 (+0100)]:
> Hi all!
> * Adam Lewicki <adam at lewicki.at> [2013-11-20 07:09 (+0000)]:
> > Quoting Pepi Zawodsky <pepi.zawodsky at maclemon.at>:
> > >While these are typographically correct as an apostropohe (like in
> > >a possesive case) they do break command line strings and config
> > >lines that are meant to be copy/pasteable. Well, you can still
> > >copy them, but they break the command or config file you paste
> > >them in.
> > If I may add my 2 cents. As a webserver guy here I'd suggest
> > producing a document in more than one format. While PDF is nice to
> > print out and put in a binder or show around in a management-esque
> > meeting, it's not my preferred go-to-source for c&p-able code/conf
> > snippets.
> > I'm not really confident in TeX, but isn't there an option to
> > produce plain-text documents or even simple html?
> > Both formats are quite okay for copy&paste.
> > You may now tear my arguments apart :)
> latex2html could be a tool for that.
> Let me introduce myself. I work as an DevOp since 2001 mainly on Linux,
> FreeBSD and AIX. I my spare time I hacked a little bit on OpenBSD.
Find attached a patch which adds latex2html to Makefile.
What is the best way to contribute to this interesting and really
Can You give me write permissions to your git-repo?
Signed-off-by: Arsen Stasic <arsen.stasic at univie.ac.at>
src/Makefile | 6 +++++-
1 file changed, 5 insertions(+), 1 deletion(-)
diff --git a/src/Makefile b/src/Makefile
index 8411373..33adb70 100644
@@ -9,5 +9,9 @@ all:
#dvipdfm -z 9 applied-crypto-hardening
+ latex2html applied-crypto-hardening
- rm -f applied-crypto-hardening.aux applied-crypto-hardening.bbl
+ rm -f applied-crypto-hardening.aux applied-crypto-hardening.bbl
+ rm -rf applied-crypto-hardening/
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