htlatex? (was: Re: [OS X TeX] htlatex, latin modern, etc.)
Gerben.Wierda at rna.nl
Mon Apr 4 03:32:17 EDT 2005
> > So I start typing "htlatex filename" in the terminal (I guess that's
> > what one is supposed to do?).
> > Everything goes well, and I get a number
> > of filename extensions (.4ct, .4tc, .aux, .dvi, .log, .tmp, .xref) in
> > my home directory. These appear at the base level of my home
> > directory, however, not in the original one
> > (Documents/TeXShopfiles/filename),
> This is the expected behavior.
Really? I thought the stuff was being created in and read from the
So when pwd is ~ and you type
it goes wrong but when pwd is Documents/TeXShopfiles and you type
it should work.
Isn't that the case?
PS. And sorry about not having fixed this, but I am/have been ill. I would
still like to get a small test file with problem report before I attack
this, otherwise I cannot test the effectiveness of the updated
> > and when text4ht.c kicks in, it
> > says it can't find/open the .dvi file.
> If /usr/local/teTeX/bin/powerpc-apple-darwin-current/htlatex
> contains records of the form
> tex4ht $1 ...
> t4ht $1 ...
> modify the two records to be of the form
> tex4ht -f/$1 ...
> t4ht -f/$1 ...
> If that is not the case, can you run the following sequence of
> commands on a miniature latex file and email me the file `foo'.
> script foo
> cat /usr/local/teTeX/bin/powerpc-apple-darwin-current/htlatex
> htlatex filename
> ls -l filename*
> > there are some package
> > combinations that don't work.
> Most of these problems can probably be solved quite easily in response
> to bug reports.
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