It would be quite a job to build that on IBM i.
A CL that scp'ed the html to a linux box, ssh'ed a remote command to
convert, and scp'ed the result back would be trivial by comparison.
In the broader, abstract view, it's hard to see why every bit of open
source should run on IBM i.
My vision long term for the platform is a 24x7 lights-out data sink running
legacy mission-critical enterprise software and serving data sets via APIs
and microservices to processes running in the cloud.
On Fri, Sep 30, 2022 at 8:37 AM MidrangeL <midrangel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
So who amongst those that would know how (I would not try it, not
skilled enough) will agree to compile this into the RPM repository for
IBM i? Looks like a very worthwhile project.
*JACK WOEHR, IBM Champion 2021-2022
*SENIOR IBM i ENGINEER*
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