The Jargon Lexicon
This is a HTML'ed version of the jargon file. It was constructed from
jarg300.txt using "M-x replace-regexp" in emacs. After that, it was split up
in one file per letter, appendices and introduction.
If you find an error, please send me a email, stating what error (non-converted ordered list, strangeness...) you found, in which file.
You can also look at The Jargon File 3.1.0, if you want.
If you have nothing else to do, you can look at my
The Jargon (html)File / Ingvar Mattsson / email@example.com