html2text: And then there were three

I’ll go ahead and close off these three applications by showing html2text.


It’s true, there’s not a lot that html2text does that I haven’t already attributed to either dehtml or vilistextum.

One thing I have noticed, after using all three programs in similar situations, is that html2text tends to be kinder to tables.

I don’t know if that’s something I can quantify, but if you give it a spin, you might get different results, depending on the software.

But that’s always the case, isn’t it? 😉

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