CTAN Comprehensive TeX Archive Network

CTAN pack­age up­date: tex4ht

Date: July 10, 2007 5:40:11 PM CEST
Ei­tan Gu­rari wrote: > + what you've up­loaded > > tex4ht-all.zip > > + which CTAN node you've up­loaded to > > cam.ctan.org > > + where you want the files to go > > Re­place > > /tex-archive/sup­port/TeX4ht/tex4ht-all.zip > > + what li­cens­ing con­di­tions you ap­ply to your soft­ware > > LPPL > > + a brief sum­mary of what your up­load is in­tended to do. > > Up­date of the TeX4ht sys­tem for trans­lat­ing TeX-based > files into hy­per­text. i have in­stalled the new ver­sion, and up­dated the cat­a­logue. thanks very much for the up­load. Robin Fair­bairns For the CTAN team

4ht – Con­vert to HTML/XML

A con­verter from and to SGML-based for­mats such as (X)HTML, MathML, OpenDoc­u­ment, and DocBook, pro­vid­ing a con­fig­urable -based au­thor­ing sys­tem for hy­per­text.

4ht does not parse source (so that it avoids the dif­fi­cul­ties en­coun­tered by many other con­vert­ers, aris­ing from the ir­reg­u­lar­ity of syn­tax). In­stead, 4ht uses it­self (with an ex­tra macro pack­age) to pro­duce a non-stan­dard DVI file that it can then pro­cess. This tech­nique al­lows 4ht to ap­proach the ro­bust­ness char­ac­ter­is­tic of re­stricted-syn­tax sys­tems such as hy­per­la­tex and gellmu.

Note that CTAN no longer holds the defini­tive sources of the pack­age: see the ‘Readme’ file.

Ver­sion 2008-06-16
Main­tainerThe 4ht Team
Ei­tan M. Gu­rari pkg.au­thor.died



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