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Introduction to UnRTF

UnRTF is a command-line program written in C which converts documents in Rich Text Format (.rtf) to HTML, LaTeX, troff macros, and RTF itself. Converting to HTML, it supports a number of features of Rich Text Format:

Recent development has concentrated on conversion to HTML, as it can in turn be converted to other formats. Support for features when converting to other file formats using unrtf varies.

Commencing with version 0.21.0 all codepage conversion is done through iconv, and all output control is through runtime configuration files, including for particular font encodings. Thus the output of unrtf can be easily configured for new formats, and the output for existing formats can be tuned.

Downloading UnRTF

UnRTF can be found here <Last release 0.21.10>, or <http://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/unrtf/>, or through the mecurial repository <http://hg.savannah.gnu.org/hgweb/unrtf/> or one of our FTP mirrors.

Reporting bugs in unRTF

Please use the bug reporting facility at http://savannah.gnu.org/projects/unrtf/ where the status of known bugs can also be seen.

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