Archive for November, 2006

Word to HTML

Friday, November 24th, 2006

I got an HTML export from Word. The HTML code was very ugly and, what’s worse, confused the site where I wanted to submit the text. I failed to refine the code with tidy, therefore wrote a quick Perl hack.


Consodoc vs tbook or jadetex

Thursday, November 9th, 2006

In comp.text.xml, I was asked to compare Consodoc with tbook and jadetex. My answer.


Consodoc is released!

Wednesday, November 8th, 2006

Hard to believe, but I forget to release Consodoc after the two-week beta period. Yesterday I read the announce of the new version of SCons, 0.96.93, and decided to close the task as soon as possible. Today I’ve tested Consodoc with the new SCons and announced the software.


Google Co-op and windows-1251

Friday, November 3rd, 2006

Google Co-op is a service that allows to create custom search engines. At the moment, it officially supports only English, but it seems other languages work as well.