[l2h] include .sty files

Matthew Low mlow82 at gmail.com
Wed Jul 13 13:10:50 CEST 2005

Thank you Igor and Darrell for your suggestions. My style file was in
the same directory as the LaTeX source files. But the $DO_INCLUDE
variable was not present in the local copy .latex2html-init and was
commented out in l2hconf.pm (as you described, Darrell). I added
$DO_INCLUDE="mathpages" to .latex2html-init and everything works fine

Thanks again. That was really helpful. 


On 7/13/05, Darrell Ryan <darrell at ryan-usa.com> wrote:
> On Tue, 12 Jul 2005, Matthew Low wrote:
> <...>
> > How do get LaTeX2HTML to recognize my sty file?
> Either in .latex2html-init (the local config file you place where the LaTeX
> source files are) or in l2hconf.pm (the global config file placed where the
> LaTeX2HTML scripits are), find the line:
> # $DO_INCLUDE = "";
> Take out the rem (#) and include the filename of your .sty inside the "".
> Ergo
> $DO_INCLUDE = "mystyle";
> You will find these remarks just above that:
> # Latex2html usually does not include style files provided by
> # \documentstyle, \documentclass, \usepackage but tries to use the
> # corresponding *.perl files provided in the styles/ subdirectory.
> # Now if you use home-brew style files with new environments/commands
> # you may want to include them. E.g. if you want to include "mystyle.sty",
> # say $DO_INCLUDE = "mystyle" here. Separate styles with colons. This
> # setting overrides the settings in $DONT_INCLUDE. You may specify
> # filename extensions here as well.
> ...and don't forget to place the file where it can be "found," say, in the
> same directory as your LaTeX source files.
> Darrell

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