exit partial port for PC-DOS

### A Partial Setup for PC-DOS Environments

1. Establish a directory C:/tex4ht.dir'.

2. Download the following files to ~/tex4ht.dir'.

3. Add C:\tex4ht.dir' to your path variable in C:\AUTOEXEC.BAT'.

4. Replace the substring c:\emtex\tfm' of tc:\emtex\tfm!' in tex4ht.env' with the path to the directory where the tfm' fonts of Tex and LaTeX reside, if it differs from c:\emtex\tfm'.

5. As it stands now, your environment will not produce the pictures needed for the html files. Once you establish an utility named, say dvitogif.bat', for translating the i'th page (%%2') of a .dvi' file (%%1.ivd') to a figure (%%3'), all you'll need to do to get the pictures is just replace the line sECHO Missing conversion: page %%2 of %%1.ivd to %%3' with a line similar to sdvitogif %%1.ivd %%2 %%3'.

6. If ht.bat' ' has been downloaded in binary mode, manually restore the line breaks there (for instance, with notepad).

8. Insert the definition \let\DOS=Y' at the start of test.tex'.
9. Compile test.tex' with the command ht tex test' or ht latex test'. In consecutive compilations, you might need to first call with the command clean' a batch file clean.bat' created during the first compilation of test.tex', for removing intrusive files from your work directory.
The test file produces TeX or LaTeX files, batch (.bat) files, and other files with uncommon names. Yet, to ensure that files with sensitive data are not lost, remove from the work directory all the files you want to protect.
If you want to invoke TeX or LaTeX with a command mytex' or mylatex' that differs from tex' and latex', respectively, then insert at the start of test.tex' the code \def\CALL{{mytex}{mylatex}}`'.