[l2h] Again trouble with images
ctornau at ct-webspace.de
Sat May 24 20:07:30 CEST 2003
Dear Ross Moore,
first of all: thank you for your help.
I ran the images.tex file with Latex. There are no errors. I had a look in
the images.log file. It's very huge. The program is writing about a lot of
errors which had been fixed automatically. But latex isn't talking about
this errors on the screen, so I thought it's okay.
There's no TeX-isms in the original file. There are even no definitions
(newcommand) in the head of the file.
Thank you for your help
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ross Moore" <ross at ics.mq.edu.au>
To: "Christoph Tornau" <ctornau at ct-webspace.de>
Cc: "Guy Gloor" <guy.gloor at ic.ac.uk>; <latex2html at tug.org>
Sent: Saturday, May 24, 2003 4:15 PM
Subject: Re: [l2h] Again trouble with images
> Hello Guy.
> On Sat, 24 May 2003, Christoph Tornau wrote:
> > Dear Guy, dear list,
> > please help me again. I ran into another problem that some images of
another document cannot be converted. So the images are again mixed up in my
> Have you looked at the images.log file for your job ?
> Most problems with image-generation for LaTeX2HTML can be traced to
> excessively untidy LaTeX coding, either by complicated definitions in the
> preamble, or use of TeX-isms in the body, when there are simpler LaTeX
> alternatives available.
> Since the images.tex file necessarily uses bits of your coding within a
> context that can be quite different from the page-building aspects of your
> complete document, then you can expect any problems that this causes to
> leave a trace in the .log file.
> Hope this helps,
> Ross Moore
> > I ran latex2html with the option -noreuse . At the beginning the target
directory does not exist, so there are no images which can be reused. When
latex2html starts to compile the images.tex file it says that there are 721
images to be converted. But when it tries to convert the images afterward
from .ps to .png it tries to convert images with a higher number than 721
and fails to find them.
> > What can I do to fix this problem?
> > Christoph
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