[l2h] Codepages other than latin1 and latin2.

George Michael Pearson G.M.Pearson at damtp.cam.ac.uk
Mon Feb 10 12:18:35 CET 2003

I need to make web pages from LaTeX sources which include English together
with Danish, Finnish, Hungarian, Polish, Slovak and Lithuanian. Since I'm
assembling pages out of many components, a solution that allowed me to
process chunks of monolingual input in these languages into unicode
would be sufficient.

I can get close using Latin2 input encoding and unicode output through the
command line html-version switch.

My problem is Lithuanian, Latin2 doesn't include the necessary characters.
Instead, I need Latin7 extended or Latin13 or 'Windows Baltic' as an input

So my question is: What would I have to do to adapt latex2html to handle
an input codepage other than in latin1 or latin2? I'm quite happy to hack
perl, but I need some initial guidance.

(Am I right that the normal \usepackage[aCodepage]{inputenc} is not
recognised by latex2html?)

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