[OS X TeX] Looking texh4t and OpenDocument feedback

Simon Spiegel simon at simifilm.ch
Mon May 29 15:35:34 EDT 2006

On 29.05.2006, at 06:39, Eitan Gurari wrote:

>
>
>> 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.
>
> Can you show me  miniature sample demonstrating the problem. I tried
> the files
>
>     % file.tex
>     \documentclass{article}
>     \begin{document}
>     \include{foo.dir/one}
>     \end{document}
>
>     % one.tex
>     \section{One}
>     abc
>
> and it ran smoothly in my place.

With a simple test file it runs as well here, have to look into it
lather.

>
>> I also get a "--- warning --- Can't find/open file tex4ht.env
>> | .tex4ht'" although tex4ht is in my local tree.
>
> A problem with kpathsea?  Find where htlatex is located (which
> htlatex') and add to the t4ht and tex4ht records a switch
> -e.../tex4ht.env' pointing to the location of the environment file.

I'm not absolutely sure I understand what you suggest. With the -e
parameter I can point it to the .env file but then it doesn't find
cmsy6.tfm and the -t paramter doesn't seem to help here. Isn't tex4ht
able to find t he file it needs inside the local tree? texhash
doesn't seem to work, but always pointing the files seems cumbersome.

Sorry, maybe I'm just stupid, but I really don't get it to work.

simon

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