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CentOS 7.0 - man page for texi2dvi (centos section 1)

TEXI2DVI(1)				  User Commands 			      TEXI2DVI(1)

       texi2dvi - convert Texinfo documents to DVI or PDF

       texi2dvi [OPTION]... FILE...
       texi2pdf [OPTION]... FILE...
       pdftexi2dvi [OPTION]... FILE...

       Run  each  Texinfo  or  (La)TeX	FILE  through  TeX in turn until all cross-references are
       resolved, building all indices.	The  directory	containing  each  FILE	is  searched  for
       included  files.   The  suffix  of FILE is used to determine its language ((La)TeX or Tex-
       info).  To process (e)plain TeX files, set the environment variable LATEX=tex.

       In order to make texi2dvi a drop-in replacement of TeX/LaTeX in AUC-TeX, the FILE may also
       be composed of the following simple TeX commands.

	      the actual file to compile

	      same as --batch

       When invoked as `texi2pdf' or `pdftexi2dvi', or given the option --pdf or --dvipdf, gener-
       ate PDF output.	Otherwise, generate DVI.

   General options:
       -b, --batch
	      no interaction

       -D, --debug
	      turn on shell debugging (set -x)

       -h, --help
	      display this help and exit successfully

       -o, --output=OFILE
	      leave output in OFILE; only one input FILE is allowed

       -q, --quiet
	      no output unless errors (implies --batch)

       -s, --silent
	      same as --quiet

       -v, --version
	      display version information and exit successfully

       -V, --verbose
	      report on what is done

   Output format:
       --dvi  output a DVI file [default]

	      output a PDF file via DVI (using a dvi-to-pdf program)

       --html output an HTML file from LaTeX, using HeVeA

       --info output an Info file from LaTeX, using HeVeA

       -p, --pdf
	      use pdftex or pdflatex for processing

       --ps   output a PostScript file via DVI (using dvips)

       --text output a plain text file from LaTeX, using HeVeA

   TeX tuning:
       -@     use @input instead of \input for preloaded Texinfo

       -e, -E, --expand
	      force macro expansion using makeinfo

       -I DIR search DIR for Texinfo files

       -l, --language=LANG
	      specify LANG for FILE, either latex or texinfo

	      do not pass --file-line-error to TeX

       -r, --recode
	      call recode before TeX to translate input

	      recode from ENC to the @documentencoding

	      pass --shell-escape to TeX

	      pass --src-specials to TeX

       -t, --command=CMD
	      insert CMD in copy of input file

       or --texinfo=CMD
	      multiple values accumulate

	      use given charset translation file for TeX

   Build modes:
	      specify the treatment of auxiliary files [local]

       --tidy same as --build=tidy

       -c, --clean
	      same as --build=clean

	      specify where the tidy  compilation  is  performed;  implies  --tidy;  defaults  to

	      remove the auxiliary files and directories but not the output

	      don't process files more than N times

       The  MODE specifies where the TeX compilation takes place, and, as a consequence, how aux-
       iliary files are treated.  The build mode can also be set using the  environment  variable

   Valid MODEs are:
	      compile  in the current directory, leaving all the auxiliary files around.  This is
	      the traditional TeX use.

       `tidy' compile in a local *.t2d directory, where the auxiliary  files  are  left.   Output
	      files are copied back to the original file.

	      same  as	`tidy', but remove the auxiliary directory afterwards.	Every compilation
	      therefore requires the full cycle.

   Using the `tidy' mode brings several advantages:
	      - the current directory is not cluttered with plethora of temporary files.  - clut-
	      ter can be even further reduced using --build-dir=dir: all the *.t2d

	      directories are stored there.

	      - clutter can be reduced to zero using, e.g., --build-dir=/tmp/$USER.t2d

	      or --build-dir=$HOME/.t2d.

	      - the output file is updated after every successful TeX run, for

       sake of concurrent visualization of the output.
	      In a `local' build

	      the viewer stops during the whole TeX run.

	      - if the compilation fails, the previous state of the output file

	      is preserved.

	      - PDF and DVI compilation are kept in separate subdirectories

	      preventing any possibility of auxiliary file incompatibility.

       On  the other hand, because `tidy' compilation takes place in another directory, occasion-
       ally TeX won't be able to find some files (e.g., when using \graphicspath): in that  case,
       use -I to specify the additional directories to consider.

       TEX, T4HT, TEX, TEX4HT, TEXINDEX, and THUMBPDF environment variables are used to run those
       commands, if they are set.

       Regarding  --dvipdf,  if  DVIPDF is not set in the environment, the following programs are
       looked for (in this order): dvipdfmx dvipdfm dvipdf dvi2pdf dvitopdf.

       Any CMD strings are added after @setfilename for Texinfo input, or in the first	line  for
       LaTeX input.

       Report  bugs  to  bug-texinfo@gnu.org,  general	questions  and	discussion  to	help-tex-
       GNU Texinfo home page: <http://www.gnu.org/software/texinfo/>
       General help using GNU software: <http://www.gnu.org/gethelp/>

       Copyright (C) 2013 Free Software Foundation, Inc.  License GPLv3+: GNU GPL  version  3  or
       later <http://gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html>
       This  is free software: you are free to change and redistribute it.  There is NO WARRANTY,
       to the extent permitted by law.

       The full documentation for texi2dvi is maintained as a Texinfo manual.  If  the	info  and
       texi2dvi programs are properly installed at your site, the command

	      info texi2dvi

       should give you access to the complete manual.

texi2dvi 5234				    March 2013				      TEXI2DVI(1)

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