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        aha - Ansi HTML Adapter


       aha [options] [-f file]


       aha takes SGR-colored Input and prints W3C conform HTML-Code.
       aha reads the Input from a file or stdin and writes HTML-Code to stdout.


       --help , -h , -?
              A help like this

       --black , -b
              Black Background and white "standard color"

       --pink , -p
              Pink Background

       --stylesheet , -s
              Use a stylesheet instead of inline styles

       --iso X , -i X
              Uses ISO 8859-X instead of utf-8. X must be 1..16

       --title X , -t X
              Gives the html output the title "X" instead of stdin or the filename

       --line-fix , -l
              Uses  a  fix  for inputs using control sequences to change the cursor position like
              htop. It's a hot fix, it may not work with any program like htop. (See EXAMPLE)

       --word-wrap , -w
              Wrap long lines in the html file. This works with CSS3 supporting browsers as  well
              as many older ones.

       --no-header , -n
              Don't include header into generated HTML, useful for inclusion in full HTML files.


       aha --help | aha --black --title "the awesome aha help"> aha-help.htm
              Creates an HTML file with the help of aha with black background

       colordiff oldfile.c newfile.c | aha > colordiff.htm
              Creates  an  HTML  file  with  a  colorful diff-output of two files "oldfile.c" and
              "newfile.c" with white background

       ls --color=always | aha --pink > ls.htm
              Creates an HTML file with a colorful ls-output with pink background.

       echo q | htop | aha --black --line-fix > htop.htm
              Creates an HTML file with the output of htop. You have to use  --line-fix  due  the
              other new-line-commands htop uses.

       MAN_KEEP_FORMATTING=1 COLUMNS=80 man aha | ul | aha > man-aha.htm
              Creates an HTML file with the man page of aha. Man uses nroff's bold and underline,
              which ul converts to SGR.


       This is not really a bug, but neither <blink> nor the  css  setting  text-decoration:blink
       work  on modern browsers, so if one wants to see blinking text one has to use --stylesheet
       and to redefine .blink to make it visible. But maybe we should just accept  the  death  of
       blinking text...


       Copyleft Alexander Matthes aka Ziz 2017


                                          March 28, 2017                                   aha(1)