[OS X TeX] Looking texh4t and OpenDocument feedback
simon at simifilm.ch
Sat May 27 11:22:55 EDT 2006
On 27.05.2006, at 16:01, Eitan Gurari wrote:
>> I use komascript, where do I get the OpenDocument configurations?
>> It says 2005-05-09 in the terminal, which seems old, but I've just
>> upated the TeX i-package.
> The latest version of tex4ht can be found at its bug fixes page
> The distribution offers partial support for komascript. I'll be glad
> extend it through bug reports
> for additional features that are in use.
Got it, but it doesn't seem to work. Actually I have more problems
than before. When I run 'mk4ht oolatex file.tex' it chokes with files
I have included with \include, it says it can't write to the .aux
file of the included file (which is in a subdirectory). It seems that
the problem is the subdirectory, if it is in the same directory as
the master file, I don't see the error.
I also get a "--- warning --- Can't find/open file `tex4ht.env
| .tex4ht'" although tex4ht is in my local tree.
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