[OS X Emacs] How do I generate HTML from Aquamacs - Auctex.
myotisone at gmail.com
Sat Mar 1 07:33:27 EST 2008
Not sure I understand the relevance of WYSIWYG point. I would have thought
tahat converting one mark up language (Latex) to another (HTML) would have
been easier than turning some sort of WYSIWYG wordprocessor file into HTML.
As it stands, Aquamacs with the bundled Auctex can complile to PDF just as
Lyx does. But Lyx also gives an option to compile (or maybe its "convert" to
HTML rather than PDF.
Given the excellent suite of tools provided by Aquamacs, and I am very
grateful to have Aquamacs and ESS in a single easy to load package, I
thought that possibly Latex2HTML or some other tool might also have been
hidden somewhere in the package and I just hadn't found it.
And no, as you sggest File->Export-HTML, doesn't do what I want as it
creates a web page with the Latex mark up rather than converting the Latex
mark up to HTML.
There are several solutions to this, but I'm afraid I was looking for the
easiest one :-(
On 01/03/2008, David Reitter <david.reitter at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 1 Mar 2008, at 07:45, Graham Smith wrote:
> > Is there any obvious way of creating HTML as well as PDF from Emacs-
> > Auctex.
> > I have found tools such as latex2HTML, and Lyx offers HTML as an
> > option, and wondered if such a tool existed with the Aquamacs package.
> Aquamacs is not a WYSIWYG word processor. It's an editor for code and
> (marked-up) text such as LaTeX. Just like you cannot produce PDFs from
> a LaTeX source without compiling it with something like pdfLaTeX, you
> cannot create HTML without compiling ist. latex2HTML is such a compiler.
> (That said, Aquamacs will export any buffer to HTML via File->Export-
> >HTML. But I have the impression that that's not what you want.)
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