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HACHA(1)						      General Commands Manual							  HACHA(1)

NAME
hacha - Chop hevea output files SYNOPSIS
hacha [options] <htmlfile> DESCRIPTION
This manual page documents briefly the hacha command. This manual page was written for the Debian GNU/Linux distribution because the orig- inal program does not have a manual page. Hacha is a program that allow to cut an html file produced with hevea into several html files. OPTIONS
A summary of options are included below. -v, Verbose flag -o filename make htmlcut output go into file filename (defaults to index.html) -tocbis Add small table of contents at the beginning of files. -nolinks Do not insert Previous/Up/Next links in generated pages. -hrf Output a base.hrf file, showing in which output files are the anchors from the input file gone. The format of this summary is one ``anchor file'' line per anchor. This information may be needed by other tools. -help Print version number and a short help message. SEE ALSO
hevea(1) The HeVeA documentation can be found on the HeVeA home page http://hevea.inria.fr. On a Debian system it can also be accessed at /usr/share/doc/hevea-doc/html or through the Debian help system, provided the package hevea-doc is installed. AUTHOR
Hacha is part of HeVeA, written by Luc Maranget <Luc.Maranget@inria.fr>. This manual page was compiled by Ralf Treinen <treinen@debian.org> and Georges Mariano <Georges.Mariano@inrets.fr> from the HeVeA documen- tation for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others). HACHA(1)

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IMAGEN(1)						      General Commands Manual							 IMAGEN(1)

NAME
image - Translate LaTeX documents to GIF images. SYNOPSIS
imagen <base> DESCRIPTION
This manual page documents briefly the imagen command. This manual page was written for the Debian GNU/Linux distribution because the original program does not have a manual page. imagen is a simple shell script that translates a LaTeX document into many images. Please consult the hevea manual for explanation how to use imagen in conjunction with hevea. The Debian version of HeVeA differs from the original HeVeA distribution in that pictures are by default generated in the png format instead of gif. To regain the original behavior you have to modify your LaTeX input (see hevea (1)) and invoke imagen with the -gif option. OPTIONS
A summary of options are included below. -png Produce images in the png format. On a Debian system this is the default. -gif Produce images in gif format instead of png. -pnm Produce images in pnm format. -mag nnnn, Change the enlarging ratio that is applied while translating DVI into Postscript. More precisely, dvips is run with -xnnnn option. Default value for this ration is 1414, this means that, by default, imagen magnifies LaTeX output by a factor of 1.414. -t arg Pass option -t arg to dvips. For instance, using -t a3 may help when images are truncated on the right. -pdf Have imagen call pdflatex instead of latex -extra command, Insert command as an additional stage in imagen ppm to png/gif production chain. command is a Unix filter that expects a ppm image in its standard input and outputs a ppm image on its standard output. A sensible choice for command is one command from the netpbm package or several such commands piped together. -quant number Add an extra color quantization step in imagen ppm image production chain, where number is the maximal number of colors in the pro- duced images. This option may be needed in response of a failure in the image production chain. It can also help in limiting image files size. SEE ALSO
hevea(1), latex(1), gs(1), dvips(1), ppmtopng(1), ppmtogif(1) The HeVeA documentation can be found on the HeVeA home page http://hevea.inria.fr. On a Debian system it can also be accessed at /usr/share/doc/hevea-doc/html, provided the package hevea-doc (from the non-free section) is installed. AUTHOR
Imagen is part of HeVeA, written by Luc Maranget <Luc.Maranget@inria.fr>. This manual page was compiled by Ralf Treinen <treinen@debian.org> from the HeVeA documentation for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others). IMAGEN(1)
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