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CAML2HTML(1)						      General Commands Manual						      CAML2HTML(1)

NAME
caml2html - colorizes a set of OCaml source files. SYNOPSIS
caml2html [options] file* DESCRIPTION
Caml2html colorizes a set of OCaml source files (.ml, .mli, .mll, .mly, ...). Type annotations will be shown when the mouse pointer passes over an expression if the corresponding .annot file is available. To obtain a .annot file, compile your OCaml source files with ocamlc -dtypes or ocamlopt -dtypes. OPTIONS
-annotfilter {innermost|outermost} choose whether innermost or outermost type annotations should be used (default: innermost) -charset specify charset to use (default: iso-8859-1) -css use CSS named style.css for styling -cssurl use the given URL as CSS for styling -inhead use default styling and place it in the head section of the document (default when applicable) -inline use inline styling (HTML only, default fallback if -inhead is not applicable) -body output only document's body, for inclusion into an existing document (see also -make-css and -make-latex-defs) -ln add line number at the beginning of each line -hc comments are treated as raw HTML or LaTeX code (no newlines inside of tags) -t add a title to the HTML page -nf do not add footnotes to the HTML page -ie7 drop support for type annotations on Internet Explorer 6 and older -noannot do not insert type annotations as read from .annot files (HTML output only) -notab do not replace tabs by spaces -tab replace tab by n spaces (default = 8) -d generate files in directory dir, rather than in current directory -o output file -v print version number to stdout and exit -make-css create CSS file with default color definitions and exit -ext <NAME:CMD> use the given external command CMD to handle comments that start with (*NAME. NAME must be a lowercase identifier. -latex output LaTeX code instead of HTML. -make-latex-defs create a file containing the default LaTeX color definitions and matching highlighting commands, and exit. is not included. -help|--help Display this list of options AUTHORS
Sylvain Le Gall. Caml2html User Manual November 9, 2010 CAML2HTML(1)

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latex2png(1)						      General Commands Manual						      latex2png(1)

NAME
latex2rtf - Convert a LaTeX file to a PNG image SYNTAX
latex2png [-hk] [ -H home_directory ] [ -d dots_per_inch ] [ inputfile ] DESCRIPTION
The latex2png command converts a LaTeX file into a PNG graphic. The first page is translated into an image at the specified resolution. -d dots_per_inch Used to specify the number of dots per inch for the output image. Default is 144 dpi. -h Print a short usage note -k Keep intermediate files (for debugging). -H home_dir Add home_dir to the search path for LaTeX. SEE ALSO
latex2rtf (1). For complete, current documentation, refer to the Info file latex2rtf.info, the PDF file latex2rtf.pdf or the HTML file latex2rtf.html which are made from the TeXInfo source file latex2rtf.texi. LATEX2PNG(1) User LATEX2PNG(1) NAME
latex2png - manual page for latex2png 1.1 DESCRIPTION
latex2png -- Convert a LaTeX file to a PNG image USAGE: latex2png [-d density] [-h] [-k] [-c] [-g] [-m] [-H home dir] file[.tex|.eps] The latex2png command converts a LaTeX file into a PNG image. The first page is translated into an image at the specified resolution. latex2png can also be used to convert encapsulated postscript (EPS) files to PNG images. OPTIONS: -c produce color image -d density density is the number of dots per inch to use in the created image (default 144 dpi) -g produce gray images -h help -H home_dir home_dir is a directory to be included in search path (default is directory that contains the LaTeX file). This is used to create PNG images in another directory (e.g., /tmp) and still allow LaTeX to find files that it needs to include. -k keep intermediate files (for debugging) -m produce monochrome (black and white) image (default) -v version EXAMPLES: latex2png -d 144 /tmp/file #create /tmp/file.png at 144 dpi latex2png file.eps #create file.png latex2png file.tex #create file.png via latex latex2png -H . /tmp/file #search the cwd for image files SEE ALSO
latex2png is a part of latex2rtf and has a special mode to assist in finding the baseline of a latex equation. Documentation for latex2rtf may be found in latex2rtf.info, the PDF file latex2rtf.pdf or the HTML file latex2rtf.html which are made from the TeXInfo source file latex2rtf.texi. latex2png 1.10 November 2002 LATEX2PNG(1)
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