[l2h] Latin2

Ross Moore ross@ics.mq.edu.au
Tue, 26 Mar 2002 07:26:14 +1100 (EST)

> I have installed Latex2html and appropriate programs to Windows 2000 and 
> everything works fine, except the Latin2 Encoding.
> I try to use "croatian" style and to interpret it as latin2, but all I get 
> is latin1 encoding, and no special chars.
You need to specify commandline options such as:

 latex2html -html_version 3.2,latin2,latin2   <filename>.tex


 latex2html -html_version 3.2,latin2,unicode,utf8  <filename>.tex

and similar for HTML 4.0 or 4.01.

The first encoding name specifies the "input" encoding,
 (default is latin1, though 7-bit ascii is usual)

while the 2nd specifies the document charset and/or "output" encoding
 (default is latin1, with images for unknown characters).

> Did anyone succeeded to convert latin2 chars, and how?

As above.
You need to recognise the need to tell LaTeX2HTML about both
the input and output encodings, if you wish to retain latin2
special characters within the resulting web-pages.

> Thanx in advance,

Hope this helps,

	Ross Moore

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