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Thu, Mar 16, 2006 8:21 pm


Unix and Linux systems will likely have the file command to help you identify the type of the command. A C program, FileType, is also available to aid with that task.

The developer, Paul L. Daniels, lists the following reasons why you might want to use FileType instead of the file command:

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Sat, Feb 11, 2006 3:46 pm

RTF Converter

If you need a utility to convert RTF files to HTML, you can use rtf-converter.

The program won't put in the <html>, <body>, etc. tags, so you will have to add those manually. I've also found it doesn't deal well with underlining in the RTF file and, though it will put in <br> tags for line breaks, it doesn't break the line at those spots in the output, so you'll have to do some editing to the resultant HTML output files. To put in line feeds, I use the following vi command to insert them after the <br> tags.

:1,$ s/<br>/<br>\r/g

You will need a C++ compiler to compile the source code into an executable file.

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