[l2h] Anything "new"?

Gerree Pecht gerree at Math.Princeton.EDU
Wed Aug 29 15:33:43 CEST 2007

Hello again,

Regarding  the typesetting of 
books, manuscripts, letters, coursework, slides (sliTeX) contain 99.55% of 
highly complex equations, figures, etc.  Letters, technical reports also 
contain large amounts of mathematical formulae, tables, figures ...

I have tried using latex2html {filename.tex} ... don't seem to work for 

I will continue to work at it.


Gerree :-)

Tue, 28 Aug 2007, Hakan Kuecuekyilmaz wrote:

> On Di, 2007-08-28 at 11:35 -0400, Gerree Pecht wrote:
>> Hello,
>> I would like to know an easy way to convert LaTeX documents replete with
>> mega-amounts of equations/matrices/figures/tables, etc. into
>> html and instructions on how to "link" same onto web pages.
> What do you mean by "mega-amounts"? I am regularly converting a 400+
> pages book with latex2html. The book has a lot of code examples in
> verbatim environment, but not that much equations.
>> Simple and Easy instructions and examples are very much appreciated.
>  latex2html <your_latex_master_file.tex>
> See how it works out
> Best regards,
> Hakan


Gerree P. Pecht
Princeton University Mathematics Department
(609) 258-3011

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