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st: RE: Re: Length of lines with -translate- and -log2html-

From   "Nick Cox" <[email protected]>
To   <[email protected]>
Subject   st: RE: Re: Length of lines with -translate- and -log2html-
Date   Thu, 2 Oct 2003 16:16:15 +0100

Friedrich Huebler
> --- Nick Cox <[email protected]> wrote:
> > What I should have said was that -log2html-
> > has the aim of a straight translation from SMCL to HTML,
> > among other things rendering continuation lines faithfully.
> > Nowhere, I believe, does it claim that it will recombine
> > what Stata split into multiple lines, i.e. reverse the
> > formation of continuation lines.
> Nick,
> I am not asking for -translate- and -log2html- to recombine broken
> lines. In the SMCL file the -tabstat- output is rendered with
> unbroken lines, as you can see below. However, when this 
> SMCL file is
> converted to a text or HTML file with -translate- or -log2html- the
> lines are broken.

In this respect, and indeed others, -log2html- is merely 
a wrapper for -log html-. 

What you are asking, in effect, is that -log html- _not_ 
split such lines. That's for Stata Corp... 

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