[OS X TeX] texti2html

Bob Kerstetter bkerstetter at mac.com
Sat May 21 22:32:33 CEST 2005

On May 21, 2005, at 9:25 AM, Google Kreme wrote:

> I am trying to convert a LaTeX file into html, and though I could  
> use the texi2html command from the terminal.  However:
> % texi2html myfile.tex
> ** empty document
> % texi2html -l2h myfile.tex
> ** empty document
> %


htlatex yourlatexdoc  "html"

this runs tex4ht, which is part of the i-installer TeX package.

Add the info option:

htlatex yourtexdoc  "html,info"

to put about 60K worth of options and execution info--sort of like a  
user manual--into the yourlatexdoc.log file.

TeX4ht is very configurable and flexible. I don't use the defaults  
because of my employer's specialized requirements, but the defaults  
do a very good job of producing html from LaTeX source. TeX4ht also  
works with TeX and ConTeXt.

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