A quick and dirty script to convert a Word (docx) document to html.
To install, run:
pip install word2html
This will give you a command-line script, which you can run:
$ word2html /path/to/MyGloriousDoc.docx
This will give you a new file, /path/to/MyGloriousDoc.html, that’s (hopefully) decent-looking html.
While this code is MIT-licensed, it uses boty pypandoc and pytidylib, both of which depend on other software that may not be MIT-licensed and must be installed for this to work.
- [pytidylib](https://pypi.python.org/pypi/pytidylib/) is available under the MIT license, and [Tidy](http://tidy.sourceforge.net/#license) is available under an MIT-like license
- [pypandoc](https://pypi.python.org/pypi/pypandoc/) is available under the MIT license, while [Pandoc](http://pandoc.org/) is released under the GPL.
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