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TEXI2HTML(1)									     TEXI2HTML(1)

       texi2html - a Texinfo to HTML converter

       texi2html [options] file

       Texi2html  converts the given Texinfo file to a set of HTML files. It tries to handle most
       of the Texinfo commands. It creates hypertext links for cross-references, footnotes...

       Texi2html may furthermore use latex2html to generate HTML (code and/or images)  for  @math
       and @iftex tags (see the --l2h option).

       Texi2html  creates  several files depending on the contents of the Texinfo file and on the
       chosen options (see FILES).

       The HTML files created by texi2html are in general closer to TeX than to Info. Using  init
       files (see the --init-file option), other styles or output formats may be selected.

       Options	may be abbreviated to th shortests unique prefix. The following is only an incom-
       plete list of the available options:

       --help [1|2]
		   Print usage instructions and list the most important,  all  relevant,  or  all
		   recognised (including obsolete) command-line options, and exit.

       --split chapter|section|node
		   Split  the  output  into  several  HTML files (one per main chapter/section or

       --ifinfo --iftex --ifxml --ifplaintext --ifhtml
		   Expand @ifinfo, @iftex and @tex, @ifxml and @xml,  @ifplaintext,  @ifhtml  and
		   @html  regions,  and  don't	expand	@ifnot	corresponding  regions	(default:

       --no-ifinfo --no-iftex --no-ifxml --no-ifplaintext --no-html
		   Don't expand @ifinfo, @iftex, @ifxml, @ifplaintext regions and  expand  @ifnot
		   corresponding regions.

       -I dir	   Append dir to the directory list searched for included files.

       -P dir	   Prepend dir to the directory list searched for included files.

       --l2h	   Use	latex2html  for content of @math and @tex tags. Content must be such that
		   both, latex and tex, can translate it correctly. I.e., no tex-only  constructs
		   must be used.

       --css-include file
		   Use css file file.

       --init-file file
		   Load init file file (see also FILES).

       --document-language lang
		   Use lang as document language.

       --macro-expand file
		   output macro expanded source in file.

       --no-menu   Don't show the Texinfo menus; by default they are shown.

       --no-number Don't number the sections.

       --use-nodes Use nodes for sectionning.

       --prefix    Use as prefix for output files, instead of basename.

		   Produce one file per node for cross references.

       --l2h-l2h prog
		   Use	prog  as  latex2html  program (default latex2html).  Program must be exe-

       --l2h-init file
		   Use file as latex2html init file. file should be used to specify in which  way
		   latex2html handles mathematical expressions and formulas.

       --l2h-tmp dir
		   Use	dir  as  tmp dir for latex2html. This directory (resp. its path) must not
		   contain a dot  (i.e., a ".").

       --l2h-clean remove all intermediate files generated by latex2html (prevents caching!)

       --l2h-skip  Do not really run latex2html. Use (kept) files of previous runs, instead.

       --verbose   Give a verbose output.

       --version   Print version and exit.

       Initialisation options are  read  first	from  /usr/share/texi2html/texi2html/Config  (the
       exact  location	being  changeable with the --datadir=dir option to the configure script),
       then  from  /etc/texi2html/Config  (the	exact  location   being   changeable   with   the
       --sysconfdir=dir   option   to	the   configure   script),   then   from  ./Config,  from
       $HOME/.texi2html/Config, and from any command-line options including --init-file  options;
       with later settings overriding earlier ones.

       By  default  texi2html  my  creates the following files (foo being the name of the Texinfo

       foo_toc.html    The table of contents (if @contents is present).

       foo.html        The document's contents or the Top element.

       foo_fot.html    The footnotes (if any).

       foo_abt.html    An help section.

       foo_l2h_img*    Images generated by latex2html (if any).

       When used with the --split option, it creates several files (one  per  chapter  or  node),
       named  foo_n.html  (n  being the index of the chapter or node), and the foo.html file con-
       tains the Top element.

       Otherwise it creates only one file: foo.html

       This is texi2html version 1.82, 4 January 2009.

       Texi2html was originally written by is Lionel Cons, CERN IT/DIS/OSE,  Lionel.Cons@cern.ch.
       Over  time,  many  other  people around the net contributed to this program.  It was main-
       tained by Olaf Bachmann, obachman@mathematik.uni-kl.de, and is  now  maintained	by  Derek

       The  latest  version of this program, as well as support in the form of mailing lists with
       archives,  bug  tracking,  documentation,  and  other  tools  can  be  found   at:

       Copyright (C) 1999-2005	Patrice Dumas <dumas@centre-cired.fr>,
			       Derek Price <derek@ximbiot.com>,
			       Adrian Aichner <adrian@xemacs.org>,
			     & others.

       There  is NO warranty.  You may redistribute this software under the terms of the GNU Gen-
       eral Public License.  For more information about these matters, see the file  named  COPY-

       GNU Texinfo Documentation Format
       World Wide Web (WWW), HyperText Markup Language (HTML)

       This man-page is often out-of-date. The info manual should be more up-to-date.

7th Edition				  4 January 2009			     TEXI2HTML(1)
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