[Haskell] Making Haskell more open

Wolfgang Jeltsch wolfgang at jeltsch.net
Sun Nov 13 12:18:07 EST 2005

Am Freitag, 11. November 2005 20:08 schrieb John Velman:
> I agree with Gour.  I found txt2tags as a result of a discussion on the
> GTK2HS list.  It is simple to use, readable as is, or easily transformable
> to a variety of targets.  Also, it is consistent with bird-track literate
> Haskell, so I can run my .lhs documents through txt2tags and get html,
> latex, pretty text, or a bunch of things I haven't tried yet including
> *.doc (msword) (the latter via txt2tags for html, soffice to go from html
> to *.doc).

The most important question is: Does txt2tags use logical markup?

> John Velman

Best wishes,

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