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CTAN Update: lwarp

Date: February 9, 2019 6:21:34 PM CET
Brian Dunn submitted an update to the lwarp package. Version: 0.66 2019-02-08 License: lppl1.3 Summary description: Converts LaTeX to HTML Announcement text:
Added options to set image directory and prefix. Improved support for multiple projects in the same directory. Added support for xr and xr-hyper. Improved filename generation when special characters or macros are used in section names. Added a user-adjustable limit to the filename length. Fixed floats, indexing, minipages. Improved HTML output formatting, CSS for definition lists and table notes. Fixed, improved, or updated caption, subcaption, multicol, multicolrule, tocbasic, acronym, kotexutf, extramarks, fancyhdr. Added ar, ed, indentfirst, nameauth, truncate, and verified works as-is with changelog. Prevented the use of several obsolete packages.
The package’s Catalogue entry can be viewed at https://ctan.org/pkg/lwarp The package’s files themselves can be inspected at http://mirror.ctan.org/macros/latex/contrib/lwarp/
Thanks for the upload. For the CTAN Team Petra Rübe-Pugliese
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lwarp – Converts to HTML

This package converts to HTML by using to process the user’s document and generate HTML tags. External utility programs are only used for the final conversion of text and images. Math may be represented by SVG files or MathJax. Hundreds of packages are supported, and their load order is automatically verified.

Documents may be produced by , Lua, XeLaTeX, and by several CJK engines, classes, and packages. A texlua script automates compilation, index, glossary, and batch image processing, and also supports latexmk. Configuration is semi-automatic at the first manual compile. Support files are self-generated. Print and HTML versions of each document may coexist.

Assistance is provided for HTML import into EPUB conversion software and word processors.

Requirements include the commonly-available Poppler utilities, and Perl. Detailed installation instructions are included for each of the major operating systems and distributions. A quick-start tutorial is provided.

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