Date: Sat, 09 Dec 95 04:19:53 -1100 From: Jason Johnston
Subject: HTML Converters You might like to add a reference to Hyperize, a bare text -> bare-bones valid HTML translator. Similar to Scott Kleper's HTML Markup in many respects, except that Hyperize has three translation "modes" (for preformatted text, text where returns end lines, and text where returns end paragraphs), does disk-based processing and so has no limit on input file size, is fully localizable, and is free. It is also very small (18k) and very fast (comparable to the Finder's Copy command). Hyperize was conceived primarily for getting relatively large text corpora quickly on to the Web. It should correctly handle most Western European languages. Hyperize runs on 68k Macs and on PowerPCs under emulation. It requires System 7. It is available from UMich, Info-Mac, etc. and from my Web site Current version is 1.0. Version 1.1 will ship within a few days of this mailing.