[texhax] lwarp package — Native LaTeX to HTML conversion

Jagath AR jagathar at gmail.com
Mon Mar 21 16:39:40 CET 2016

Hi Haines,
The problem is due to the following definition in the style file:


For the time being, you could comment this line in the package and try once


On 21 March 2016 at 20:01, Haines Brown <haines at histomat.net> wrote:

> Having struggled unsuccessfully until now to convert a biblatex
> style=historian article to .doc (via .html and otherwise), I certainly
> have interest in the lwarp package.
> I'm very inexpert in these matters, but I simply copied lwarp.sty into
> the directory holding my article tex files, added the line to my
> preamble,
>  \usepackage[warpHTML]{lwarp} %
> When I compile I get error:
>   ERROR: LaTeX Error: Command \CaptionSeparator already defined.
>   --- TeX said ---
>                Or name \end... illegal, see p.192 of the manual.
> Sounds like a problem easily resolved, but don't know how to go about
> it.
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