hyperlatex - creating HTML using LaTeX documents
hyperlatex [options] files ....
This manual page documents briefly the hyperlatex command. This manual
page was written for the Debian GNU/Linux distribution (but may be used
by others), because the original program does not have a manual page.
Instead, it has documentation in the LaTeX and HTML format; see below.
hyperlatex allows you to use a LaTeX-like language to prepare documents
in HTML (the hypertext markup language used by the world wide web),
and, at the same time, to produce a fine printed document from your
input. You can use all of LaTeX’s power for the printed output, and you
don’t have to learn a new language for creating hypertext documents.
Note that Hyperlatex is not meant to translate arbitrary Latex files
into HTML. Rather, it provides an authoring environment for writing
printed documents and HTML documents at the same time, using an
extended subset of Latex (excluding concepts that have no HTML
counterpart and adding commands for new HTML concepts such as
hyperlinks or included images).
When you run these programs, you must specify a set of source files as
command line arguments.
These programs are non-trivial to operate, and it is neither possible
nor desirable to properly summarize options in this man page. Read the
LaTeX or HTML documentation for more information.
The programs are documented fully in
/usr/share/doc/hyperlatex/manual/hyperlatex.html, accessable as well
via the dhelp and dwww systems.
This manual page was written by the Debian hyperlatex maintainer, for
the Debian GNU/Linux system.