automate printing html copy of documentation???
I am trying to print an html copy of some documentation.
I want to avoid having to load all the pages individually into a browser
(konqueror or mozilla) and print them. I would like to automate the printing.
Method 1 idea:
i) Convert html -> ps pages via html.ps
ii) assemble multiple ps files into a single pdf
(using script based on ghostscript ability to combine multiple ps files
into single file)
iii) print that.
Problem: I tried this. However -
html2ps has problem with many of the html files with tables and it creates ps
files with pages that are much much too small to read.
simply print the html files themselves.
But when I do
kprinter --nodialog file1.html
it prints out the html source file. How do I automate the "loading and
printing" of the file from the browser.
konqueror file1.html|kprinter didnt work...