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General Notes Setting a Working Environment Features A Few Products
Resources Alternatives Acknowledgment
TeX4ht is a highly configurable TeX-based authoring system for hypertext. It comes with a built-in default
setting for plain TeX and LaTeX.
For the system to run it needs a port. Gertjan Klein contributed a port for PC-DOS. A partial port for PC-DOS, and two ports for Unix, are provided here. Alternative ports for PC-DOS, Unix, and other platforms can be established in a similar
- The different packages are in alpha version, but the features described in this document are mostly in beta version.
- Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for questions and suggestions. When possible, avoid long emails by sending
a pointer to a www page containing the information.
- A compressed version of this document (or a variant with the file names adjusted for pc-dos), and the other files belonging to this site, are located in
- The compressed versions of this document, and the binaries for pc-dos, should be downloaded in binary mode. The
other files should be downloaded in character mode.
Steven Zeil offers improvements for the above settings.
TeX4ht consists of many commands, and its objective is to provide a friendly programmable setting to users of
different levels of sophistication. The following are some of its main features. A full documentation is under
preparation, but months from being completed.
Boot Control: alternative MBR software (LaTeX; Klein) TeXProject: A Mini Manual (LaTeX; Bressan & Gurari)
cis230: C++ (TeX) cis625: Theory of Computation (TeX & a book in LaTeX) cis756: Compiler Construction
(TeX) This document (TeX)
TeX: introduction, commands, pointers LaTeX: introduction, commands HTML: Wilbur (3.2), Cougar, 3.0, 2.0,
LaTeX2HTML (Nikos Drakos) 1
Ltoh (Russell Quong) 2
Hyperlatex (Otfried Schwarzkopf) 3
Vulcanize (Mark-Jason Dominus) 4
Tex2RTF (Julian Smart) 5
Dlh (David Mosberger) 6
Tth (Ian Hutchinson) 7
tex2html (Dorai Sitaram) 8
Pdftex (Han The Tanh) 10
Idvi (Garth A. Dickie) 11
I am very grateful to Gertjan Klein for developing utilities to support TeX4ht on DOS platforms,
for helping me make TeX4ht more portable in general and to DOS platforms in particular, and for
numerous detailed comments and suggestions regarding the presentation of the LaTeX component of
|Eitan M. Gurari |
June 2, 1997