[OS X Emacs] How do I generate HTML from Aquamacs - Auctex.

Graham Smith myotisone at gmail.com
Sat Mar 1 10:24:22 EST 2008


Thanks, but I am embarrassed to admit that I recently read through this
because I had to set up all the file paths for TexMaker, including one to

And yes I have also updated to the latest version of macTex, which includes
tex4ht, and I have been given some help (but not tried yet) to add this to
the Auctex menu in Aquamacs.

I've been trying out Aquamacs and TextMate for editing as these also work
with R, but I am keen to keep with Emacs because its cross platform. I tried
TexMaker, because it has a built in HTML converter.


On 01/03/2008, Roussanka Loukanova <rloukano at stp.lingfil.uu.se> wrote:
> Graham,
> > Ok again, I cannot remember installing pdfLaTex seperately, but  as I
> can
> > ceate PDFs  I guess its installed. I had previously installed MacTex as
> part
> > of the Lyx installation, so maybe it was automatically installed without
> me
> > knowing about it.
> >
> > Its not at all obvious to a beginner that running pdfLaTex refers to a
> > seperate package rather than running a command for a built in routine.
> > Especially as I am not aware of having ever installed this package.
> I do not have any advise on converting latex typesetting outputs into
> html,
> because I am not familiar with that myself, and would like to know what's
> the best. But by reading your question, answers and comments, my advise
> about LaTeX and texteditors on Macs would be: read (actually, it's not
> that much reading), and possibly upgrade to the latest MacTeX, if you
> haven't yet done that:
> <http://www.tug.org/mactex/>
> MacTeX comes with the excellent TeXShop editor, actually the best
> one, but for various reasons, I myself work mostly with emacs.
> Roussanka
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