[tex4ht] Output directory
chrisptex at googlemail.com
Sun Dec 13 09:27:39 CET 2009
Am 13.12.2009 um 03:31 schrieb Radhakrishnan CV:
> On Sat, Dec 12, 2009 at 11:05 PM, Christian Pleul
> <chrisptex at googlemail.com> wrote:
>> Am 12.12.2009 um 15:53 schrieb Radhakrishnan CV:
>>> On Sat, Dec 12, 2009 at 6:57 PM, Christian Pleul
>>> <chrisptex at googlemail.com> wrote:
>>>> I found that subject already on the list, but always with no answer
>>>> for me.
>>>> I tried the following:
>>>> htlatex preamble.tex "myconfig" "" "-d/Users/chrisp/Desktop/temp/test/tex4ht/html"
>>>> But all the output files are created within the dir of the *.tex
>>>> files. Could somebody please point me to the right direction...?
>>> What you are doing is correct. The last option with -d switch does the
>>> job correctly if the destination directory exists. However, the files
>>> are created in the current directory and copied to the destination
>>> which you have provided with -d switch.
>> The directory exists but there is no copy of the files in the dir following the -d switch.
>> The last lines of my terminal output say the following (may this provides some useful information):
>> System call: mv preamble4x.png /Users/chrisp/Desktop/temp/test/tex4ht/html.
>> System return: 0
>> Entering preamble.css
>> Entering preamble.tmp
>> System call: cp preamble.html /Users/chrisp/Desktop/temp/test/tex4ht/html.
>> System return: 0
> Indeed, the log provides useful information. You will notice that the
> files are copied to the destination you have provided. And the exit
> status is '0' which means there are no errors in the operation. I am
> at a loss to believe that something has gone wrong, amazingly
> everything seems to be perfect and as expected!
I dont know too, whats going on. The strange thing is, that after compilation with tex4ht (and the -d switch) a _file_
is created within the *.tex-directory, which shows the one test image I have in my tex document. Unfortunately, nothing is in the "html" folder.
> Have you aliased 'mv' and 'cp' commands to something else in your
> .bashrc? Are you using a non-Unix or non-Linux operating system?
Nothing is aliased and I am using a Mac OS X 10.6.2.
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