[texhax] tex4ht .htf font files?
frisk.h at gmail.com
Mon Jul 14 10:34:46 CEST 2008
On Mon, Jul 14, 2008 at 8:22 AM, Nina Mazumdar <nina.mazumdar at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Jul 14, 2008 at 11:08 AM, Henrik Frisk <frisk.h at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi Nina,
>> Thank you for your reply!
> My original post hasn't appeared on the list yet, amazing!
> You need to load garamond and frutiger only when you create pdf.
> Loading these for html doesn't make much sense. The makefile +
> variable.tex combination can selectively load packages as you have
Ahh, I misread your first comment and you misread my reply... I
realize I don't need garamond and frutiger for the HTML output.
>> This is the part I didn't know how to do. This is great and exactly
>> what I needed. I use GNU make for all my TeX documents so this will be
>> easy to implement.
> Open your text editor, cut and paste the above and save it as
> makefile. That is all. Once you have done this, please issue the
> command 'make html' from the prompt.
I understood your very clear instruction from your first reply. Thank
you so much for taking the time.
>> Since you seem to know one or two things about tex4ht are all the
>> configuration file options documented anywhere? In the documentation
>> on my system (FC8, tetex-tex4ht 1.0.2008_02_28_2058-3) it says
>> "The following are some of the more useful underlying commands of TeX4ht."
> You may take a look at:
This was helpful!
> Another way to extract more information is to add 'info' option to
> your command to generate html:
> htlatex <your filename> "html,info"
> Take a look at the log file, you will have enough information to
> configure TeX4ht. Hope this would help you.
It certainly does. Thanks!
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