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Among open source documentation, you will sometimes come across .tex files, which are usually LaTeX files. TeX is a markup-based typesetting system developed by Donald Knuth, and LaTeX is a widely used set of macros for TeX. If you need to create printable output from a LaTeX file that is not present, the command latex file.tex creates a .dvi file (see the previous section). This can be converted to PostScript with dvips file.dvi. LaTeX is a wonderful way of making very attractive printed output and particularly for typesetting mathematics, but there is a learning curve.
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HTML is a file format that needs no introduction. For editing HTML on Linux, the tool of choice is (in our view) emacs with one of its HTML modes. Another editor with very nice HTML editing capabilities is fte (the folding text editor ), which makes it easy for you to fold up the content of tags so that you can see the large scale structure of the code. There are also the quanta and bluefish HTML editors and the Mozilla composer, as well as HTML export in OpenOffice.org. The tool tidy checks HTML for validity based on its DOCTYPE declaration. If you need to extract just the text from web pages or local HTML files, one way to consider is using the lynx browser with the -dump option:
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The graphics viewers and editors in SUSE can cope with a very large number of different graphics file formats. Pretty much any graphics file that you come across can be handled by GIMP (which should be your first choice if you need to edit a graphics file). An occasionally useful feature of GIMP is that it can convert a PostScript file to a graphics format, and more generally it can convert between the whole range of formats that it understands.
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