Re: print html without netscape
It seems to me that you could write a command-line program that links to
Mozilla's Gecko rendering engine to render HTML into an in-memory graphics
buffer. Then you could dump the bitmap to the printer, or save it as a TIFF
file or bitmap EPS file.
I haven't heard of software that does this yet, but I think it would be
straightforward to do it. You could even run this from a cron job to spit
automatically generated HTML to the printer every hour or day.
It looks like Gecko's home page is at:
Michael D. Crawford
GoingWare Inc. - Expert Software Development and Consulting
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