[tex4ht] what is the fastest way to convert large document to HTML?

Martin Gieseking martin.gieseking at uos.de
Mon Aug 20 12:23:37 CEST 2018

Am 20.08.2018 um 11:52 schrieb Nasser M. Abbasi:
> On 8/20/2018 4:32 AM, Martin Gieseking wrote:
>> Am 19.08.2018 um 13:53 schrieb Michal Hoftich:
>>>> When I tried it on a really small file, it worked.  _BUT_ and
>>>> this is a big _BUT_, some of the math generated looks really
>>>> bad but some look like normal SVG. Here is screen shot
>>>> https://www.12000.org/tmp/08182018/image.png
>>>> Looking at the HTML, it seems some math was not really
>>>> converted to SVG at all, while other was.
>>> I can see it. I am not sure what is the issue, maybe Martin know? The
>>> call to dvisvgm is in the form:
>>> dvisvgm -v 4 -n --exact -c 1.15,1.15 -p 1-5 filename.idv 2> 
>>> filename.dlog
>> I can't reproduce the issue at the moment. Could you send me the IDV
>> file or upload it somewhere? Additionally, it would be helpful to know
>> the number of the page containing the broken math fragment.
>> Regards,
>> Martin
> I just put a zip file with everything in this folder
> https://www.12000.org/tmp/08182018/
> The zip file is called try_small.zip

Hello Nasser,

thanks for providing the files. The SVG files look all correct. However, 
some were created without command-line option --no-fonts so that they 
contain SVG font elements instead of graphics paths. Unfortunately, only 
few browsers render SVG fonts correctly (also see 
https://dvisvgm.de/Screenshots). Something obviously went wrong when 
calling dvisvgm for a couple of pages. Maybe Michal can have a look and 
figure out why this happened.


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