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#!/usr/bin/perl -w # h2p2p.pl # pod at tail use strict; my $baseurl = 'http://mysite.dom/Christian'; my %bin = ( html2ps => '/usr/bin/html2ps', ps2pdf => '/usr/bin/ps2pdf', ); my %dir = ( html => '/var/www/Christian/', pdf => '/var/www/Christian/PrinterFriendly/PDF/', ps => '/var/www/Christian/PrinterFriendly/PostScript/', ); my %ext =( page => 'html', ps => 'ps', pdf => 'pdf', ); my @excludes = ( 'christian.html', 'christianlinks.html', 'graceqs.html', 'index.html', 'underconstructionchristian.html', ); print"\n Starting run of $0\n\n"; PrintLocs(); # Read $dir{html} for entries opendir DIR, $dir{html} or die "Error opening $dir{html}: $!"; my @files = (readdir DIR) or die "Error reading $dir{html}: $!"; closedir DIR or die "Error closing $dir{html}: $!"; # Parse directory entries for HTML files my @pages = grep(/\.html/, @files); # process only desired HTML files, excluding unwanted my %count; for(@pages, @excludes) { $count{$_}++ } my @includes = grep {$count{$_}!=2} keys %count; # Get down to business for(@includes) { # Strip .html extension $_ =~ s/\.html//g; # Convert HTML to PostScript # /usr/bin/html2ps -o /psdir/outfile.ps http://mysite.dom/page.html system ("$bin{html2ps} -o $dir{ps}/$_.$ext{ps} $baseurl/$_.$ext{pag +e}") and die " Error converting $_.$ext{page} to PostScript: $?"; # Convert PostScript to PDF # /usr/bin/ps2pdf /psdir/infile.ps /pdfdir/outfile.pdf system ("$bin{ps2pdf} $dir{ps}/$_.$ext{ps} $dir{pdf}/$_.$ext{pdf}") and die " Error converting $_.$ext{ps} to PDF: $?"; } print"\n Completed run of $0\n\n"; PrintLocs(); ###################################################################### +#### sub PrintLocs { print( " Original HTML files: $dir{html}\n", " PostScript versions: $dir{ps}\n", " PDF versions: $dir{pdf}\n\n", ); } ###################################################################### +#### =head1 Name h2p2p.pl =head1 Description Create PostScript and PDF versions of all HTML files in given directo +ry. Ignore files listed in @excludes. Fetches HTML files by URL instead of file so html2ps will process ima +ges. Add <!--NewPage--> to HTML as needed, for html2ps to handle. Links *not* converted from HTML to PDF 8^( Requires external libraries html2ps and gs-aladdin, but no perl modul +es. =head1 Tested html2ps 1.0b1-8 gs-aladdin 5.50-8 Perl 5.00503 Debian 2.2r3 =head1 Updated 2001-05-30 22:25 Add explanatory html2ps and ps2pdf syntax comments Eliminate redundant code with PrintLocs() Replace this: for(keys %count) { if ($count{$_} != 2) { push @includes, $_; } } with: @includes = grep {$count{$_}!=2} keys %count; Replace $element with $_ like so: for(@pages, @excludes) { $count{$_}++ } Fix weird indenting. Post to PerlMonks. More informative runtime messeages. Additional details to pod. 2001-05-28 19:25 Remove test 'print' lines. Catch potential 'system' errors properly with '$?'. Simplify exclude handling. Exclude syntax derived from Ram p106. Initial working code, =head1 Todos Print to logfile as well as console. Getopt::Long to specify HTML, PS, and PDF directories. Perlish alternative to system call to html2ps. HTML::FormatPs doesn't handle HTML tables 8^( Perlish alternative to system call to ps2pdf. =head1 Author ybiC =head1 Credits Thanks to stephen for '$?' tip with system, jeroenes for cleaner exclusions syntax and for spotting funky inden +ts Oh yeah, and to some guy named vroom. =cut

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