[l2h] png creation

Bob van der Poel bvdp at uniserve.com
Wed Apr 27 04:44:47 CEST 2005

Ross Moore wrote:
> Hello Martin,


> Well, if you already have .png images which you like, then you don't
> need to generate new ones. Instead use "conditional environments"
> to select the existing graphics for HTML while allowing pdfLaTeX
> to use the original vector graphic when you make PDF documents from
> the same source.
> Here's an example:
> \usepackage{html}    %  needed in the preamble
> %begin{latexonly}
>  \includegraphics{figures/myimage}
> %end{latexonly}
> \begin{htmlonly}
>  \htmladdimg[.... options ....]{../figures/myimage.png}
> \end{htmlonly}

I have been considering doing the same thing. But, one thing I can't 
figure out is how to copy just the images I need ... example, I have a 
number of images which I'll precompile in a directory, but there are 
others there as well. Now, I just want latex2html to copy the images in 
my latex/html file to the ./html directory as they are encountered. If 
you can't do that right from latex2html, would it be possible to write 
the needed image-file-names to a scratch file which could be processed 
(to copy the files) as part of the make process?


Bob van der Poel ** Wynndel, British Columbia, CANADA **
EMAIL: bvdp at uniserve.com
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