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Glossary of variables and file-names

* .dvipsrc ^
initialisation file for dvips
* .latex2html-init ^
initialisation file for LATEX2HTML
* $ACCENT_IMAGES ^
holds the LATEX style to be used when making images of accented characters which are not part of standard ISO-Latin-1 fonts
* $ADDRESS ^
contains information to be included as a signature at the bottom of each HTML page
* $ALTERNATIVE_ICONS ^
contains the location of special icons, other than the standard ones
* $ANTI_ALIAS ^
when set, specifies that anti-aliasing be used with generated images of figures and included images
* $ANTI_ALIAS_TEXT ^
when set (the default), specifies that anti-aliasing be used with generated images of maths and typeset text
* $ASCII_MODE ^
when set, all icons and images are replaced with text strings, suitable for text-only browsers
* $AUTO_LINK ^
if set, a second copy of the HTML file specified in $LINKPOINT is created, with the name given in $LINKNAME; this allows a URL to a directory name to reach the main HTML page
* $AUTO_NAVIGATION ^
when set, a navigation panel is placed at the bottom of long pages, unless overridden by $NO_NAVIGATION being set also
* $AUTO_PREFIX ^
if set, all files produced have a filename-prefix using the name of the LATEX file being processed
* $BODYTEXT ^
string to be used within the <BODY ... > tag on HTML pages
* $BOTTOM_NAVIGATION ^
when set, a navigation panel is placed at the bottom of every HTML page, unless overridden by $NO_NAVIGATION being set also
* $CHARSET ^
specifies the character set used within the HTML pages, currently this defaults to "iso_8859_1" (ISO-Latin-1)
* $CHILDLINE ^
has piece of HTML code to be inserted between the child-links table and page contents
* $CONTENTS ^
when navigation panels are created, this holds a hyperlink to the HTML file that has the Table-of-Contents
* $CONTENTS_IN_NAVIGATION ^
when set, an iconic link to the Table-of-Contents is placed in navigation panels
* $CRAYOLAFILE ^
when color.perl has been loaded, holds the name of the file which contains named color specifications for crayon colors
* $CUSTOM_BUTTONS ^
variable available to link to customised buttons in navigation panels
* $CUSTOM_ICONS ^
when set, a copy of each icon actually used is included in the directory along with the .html files and images
* $CUSTOM_TITLES ^
when set, a customised subroutine is used to determine the filename for each HTML page
* $DEBUG ^
when non-zero, LATEX2HTML shows messages that would otherwise be ignored
* $DESTDIR ^
specifies the directory into which all the generated files will be placed
* $DISCARD_PS ^
when set, specifies that the temporary PostScript files created by dvips be discarded immediately after use
* $DISP_SCALE_FACTOR ^
extra magnification for images of displayed math environments; multiplies the $MATH_SCALE_FACTOR to give the total scaling
* $DONT_INCLUDE ^
holds a list of filenames and filename extensions to not include, even if requested; filenames ending with .sty are automatically excluded
* $DO_INCLUDE ^
holds a list of filenames and filename extensions to be included, even when the $DONT_INCLUDE variable would normally exclude them
* $INDEX_IN_NAVIGATION ^
when set, an iconic link to the Index is placed in navigation panels
* $DVIPS ^
contains the command to be used when the dvips program processes images.dvi to create PostScript files describing the required images
* $DVIPS_MODE ^
contains the Metafont mode to be used when the dvips program supports automatic font-generation
* $EXTERNAL_BIBLIO ^
specifies the URL for a bibliography page external to the current document
* $EXTERNAL_CONTENTS ^
specifies the URL for the CONTENTS button in the navigation panel
* $EXTERNAL_DOWN_LINK ^
specifies the URL for the NEXT button in the navigation panel
* $EXTERNAL_DOWN_TITLE ^
specifies the text for the NEXT button hyperlink in the navigation panel
* $EXTERNAL_FILE ^
prefix of a .aux file to be read for numbering and other information provided by LATEX
* $EXTERNAL_IMAGES ^
when set, hyperlinks to the generated images are included on the HTML pages, not <IMG> tags
* $EXTERNAL_INDEX ^
specifies the URL for the INDEX button in the navigation panel
* $EXTERNAL_PREV_LINK ^
specifies the URL for the PREVIOUS button in the navigation panel
* $EXTERNAL_PREV_TITLE ^
specifies the text for the PREVIOUS button hyperlink in the navigation panel
* $EXTERNAL_UP_LINK ^
specifies the URL for the UP button in the navigation panelnumeratenumerate
* $EXTERNAL_UP_TITLE ^
specifies the text for the UP button hyperlink in the navigation panel
* $EXTN ^
holds the filname suffix for the HTML files to be produced, either .html or .htm
* $EXTRA_IMAGE_SCALE ^
when set, specifies that images should be created at one size but displayed at another; it provides the ratio between these sizes
* $FIGURE_SCALE_FACTOR ^
magnification factor to be used with images of whole figure and table environments
* $FILE ^
holds the name of the HTML output of the top-most page in a document, when vital links are to be established
* $FOILCLASS ^
The document class that is substituted for foils in the images.tex file when using FoilTeX; default is 'article'
* $FOILHEADLEVEL ^
holds the sectioning level for the pages containing FoilTeX `foils' generated using foilhtml.sty and foils.perl
* $FOILOPTIONS ^
Options for images.tex, obtained from processing a FoilTeX source; by default '10pt'
* $FONT_SIZE ^
gives font size used with images of math and other environments
* $GS ^
contains the command to call the Ghostscript program, used by pstoimg
* $GS_DEVICE ^
contains the name of the device driver for the Ghostscript program, used by pstoimg
* $GS_LIB ^
contains the directory path prefix to the Ghostscript program's library of special input files
* $HOME/.latex2html-init ^
user's default initialisation file for LATEX2HTML; if present, it will be read unless another has already been found
* $HOWTO_INTERLACE_GIF ^
contains the name of the graphics utility package to use for creating interlaced GIF images
* $HOWTO_TRANSPARENT_GIF ^
contains the name of the graphics utility package to use for creating transparent GIF images
* $HTML_VERSION ^
specifies the version of HTML code to be generated
* $ICONSERVER ^
contains the URL where icon-images are to be found
* $IMAGES_ONLY ^
if set, this run simply processes the images.tex file generated on an earlier run
* $IMAGE_TYPE ^
specifies the graphics format for the images that may be generated; currently either gif or png
* $INDEX ^
when navigation panels are created, this holds a hyperlink to the HTML file that has the Index
* $INDEX_IN_NAVIGATION ^
when set, an iconic link to the Index is placed in navigation panels
* $INFO ^
when set, contains Perl code to produce a replacement for the standard ``About this document'' information
* $INTERLACE ^
if set, this specifies that any generated images should be interlaced
* $LANGUAGE_TITLES ^
contains the titles for chapters, sections, etc. in the chosen language (default: English)
* $LATEX ^
holds the command to be used to invoke LATEX on the images.tex file, for typesetting the contents of images
* $LATEX_DUMP ^
if set, speeds up image processing during subsequent runs on your document
* $LATEX2HTMLDIR ^
directory where LATEX2HTML is installed
* $LATEX2HTMLDIR/Changes ^
text file, record of changes made to LATEX2HTML since it was first released in July 1993
* $LATEX2HTMLDIR/latex2html.config ^
configuration-file for the local setup; this file is read before any .latex2html-init files
* $LATEX2HTMLDIR/local.pm ^
created by configure-pstoimg, this file holds information about what graphics utilities are available on the local system
* $LATEX2HTMLDIR/styles/german.perl ^
adds Perl code to establish compatibility with the german.sty LATEX2e package
* $LATEX2HTMLDIR/styles/makeidx.perl ^
adds Perl code to interpret index-entries otherwise intended for the makeindex program
* $LATEX2HTMLSTYLES ^
contains the directory path to find the styles/ directory; usually a subdirectory of $LATEX2HTMLDIR
* $LATEX2HTMLVERSIONS ^
contains the directory path to find the versions/ directory; usually a subdirectory of $LATEX2HTMLDIR
* $LINE_WIDTH ^
holds the width of displayed equations, used for right-justification
* $LINKNAME ^
name for the duplicate HTML file which enables automatic browser-linking from a directory name
* $LINKPOINT ^
specifies the name for the HTML file to be duplicated to enable automatic browser-linking from a directory name
* $LOCAL_ICONS ^
when non-zero, causes a copy of the icons used to be placed within the directory along with the HTML files and generated images
* $LONG_TITLES ^
when non-zero, specifies how many words from the section-title are used to determine the filename for each HTML page
* $MATH_SCALE_FACTOR ^
magnification factor for images of inlined equations and displayed math environments
* $MAX_LINK_DEPTH ^
number of depth levels for which child-links are displayed, within the mini table-of-contents on each page
* $MAX_SPLIT_DEPTH ^
sectioning-level at (and below) which creating a new HTML page ceases to occur
* $METAFONT_DPI ^
dots per inch required when Metafont is called to generate a font
* $NAV_BORDER ^
when set, holds the width (in pt) of a border for navigation buttons
* $NETSCAPE_HTML ^
when set, will allow HTML extensions understood by Netscape to be used; e.g. tables
* $NEXT ^
when navigation panels are created, this holds a hyperlink to the next HTML page
* $NEXT_GROUP ^
when navigation panels are created, this holds a hyperlink to the next HTML page at the same level or shallower
* $NEXT_GROUP_TITLE ^
when navigation panels are created, this holds the title of the next HTML page at the same section level or shallower
* $NEXT_PAGE_IN_NAVIGATION ^
when set, an iconic link to the next logical page is placed in navigation panels, unless overridden by $NO_NAVIGATION being set also
* $NEXT_TITLE ^
when navigation panels are created, this holds the title of the next HTML page
* $NOFORK ^
when set, prevent the translator to crash if your operating system does not support forking
* $NOLATEX ^
when set, no image generation is performed but a text-string is placed; this is no longer needed
* $NO_FOOTNODE ^
if set, footnotes will appear at the bottom of the current HTML page, rather than on a separate page for footnotes only
* $NO_IMAGES ^
if set, the images.tex file is generated but not processed to create images
* $NO_NAVIGATION ^
when set, no navigation panels are placed on HTML pages
* $NO_SIMPLE_MATH ^
when set, inhibits the use of ``simple math'', unless the ,math extension is loaded; in which case TEXlike parsing is used, creating images of sub-parts of expressions, as needed
* $NO_SUBDIR ^
when set, the HTML files and images will be placed in the current directory, rather than a sub-directory
* $NUMBERED_FOOTNOTES ^
numbers your footnotes when defined
* $PAPERSIZE ^
controls the maximum size for large images constructed by LATEX, on a single page
* $PBMMAKE ^
contains the command to call the pbmmake utility, used by pstoimg
* $PBMPLUSDIR ^
when set, contains where to find the pbmplus graphics utilities; (no longer needed)
* $PK_GENERATION ^
when set, automatic font-generation is enabled, thus leading to improved image quality
* $PNMCAT ^
contains the command to call the pnmcat utility, used by pstoimg
* $PNMCROP ^
contains the command to call the pnmcrop utility, used by pstoimg
* $PNMFILE ^
contains the command to call the pnmfile utility, used by pstoimg
* $PNMFLIP ^
contains the command to call the pnmflip utility, used by pstoimg
* $PPMQUANT ^
contains the command to call the ppmquant utility, used by pstoimg
* $PPMTOGIF ^
contains the command to call the ppmtogif utility, used by pstoimg
* $PREFIX ^
contains the filename-prefix to prepend to all HTML, image and data files created for the current document
* $PREVIOUS ^
when navigation panels are created, this holds a hyperlink to the previous HTML page
* $PREVIOUS_GROUP ^
when navigation panels are created, this holds a hyperlink to the HTML page starting the previous section at the same level or shallower
* $PREVIOUS_GROUP_TITLE ^
when navigation panels are created, this holds the title of the previous HTML page at the same section level or shallower
* $PREVIOUS_PAGE_IN_NAVIGATION ^
when set, an iconic link to the previous logical page is placed in navigation panels, unless overridden by $NO_NAVIGATION being set also
* $PREVIOUS_TITLE ^
when navigation panels are created, this holds the title of the previous HTML page
* $PSTOIMG ^
contains the command to run the pstoimg utility to convert PostScript files into images in the required graphics format
* $PS_IMAGES ^
when set, hyperlinks to PostScript files are included on the HTML pages, not <IMG> tags
* $REUSE ^
settings affect whether images constructed on a previous run of LATEX2HTML are re-used on the next run of the same document
* $RGBCOLORFILE ^
when color.perl has been loaded, holds the name of the file which contains color specifications and names
* $SCALABLE_FONTS ^
used when scalable fonts (e.g. PostScript) are available for use with image-generation
* $SERVER ^
used in conjunction with image-maps to specify the type of web-server which will interpret the map
* $SHORTEXTN ^
when set, uses .htm as the filename suffix, rather than .html
* $SHORT_INDEX ^
when set, results in a more compact Index being produced
* $SHOW_SECTION_NUMBERS ^
when set, LATEX's section numbering is included with section titles
* $TEXDEFS ^
when set, the texdefs.perl file is read, allowing some TEX constructions to be interpreted
* $TEXEXPAND ^
contains the command to run the texexpand utility which combines all required portions of input files for a LATEX2HTML document
* $TEXINPUTS ^
contains the paths for LATEX to search for styles and input files, when making images
* $TITLE ^
initially can be set to hold a title for the document, as a whole
* $TITLES_LANGUAGE ^
specifies the collection of strings to use as titles, for special document sections
* $TMP ^
when set in local.pm, used by pstoimg as a temporary directory for image-generation
* $TOC_DEPTH ^
sectioning-level down to which links occur on the Table-of-Contents page
* $TOC_STARS ^
when set, star-sections are listed/linked on the Table-of-Contents page
* $TOP_NAVIGATION ^
when set, a navigation panel is placed at the top of every HTML page, unless overridden by $NO_NAVIGATION being set also
* $TRANSPARENT_FIGURES ^
when set, this specifies that the background of generated images should be made transparent
* $TRANSPARENT_IMAGES ^
when set, this prevents the background of images from being made transparent (no longer used)
* $UNSEGMENT ^
when set, LATEX2HTML translates a segmented document as a whole rather than a single segment; use this for testing your segmented document
* $UP ^
when navigation panels are created, this holds a hyperlink to the parent HTML page
* $UP_TITLE ^
when navigation panels are created, this holds a title of the parent HTML page
* $USENETPBM ^
when set, indicates that the netpbm graphics utilities are available; (no longer needed)
* $VERBOSITY ^
has a numerical value which determines the messages to be printed on-screen as LATEX2HTML processes a document
* $WHITE_BACKGROUND ^
when set, ensures that images of figure environments have a white background
* $WORDS_IN_NAVIGATION_PANEL_TITLES ^
used to limit the number of words shown with the navigation-panel buttons
* $WORDS_IN_PAGE ^
contains the number of words required before a navigation-panel is placed also at the bottom of a page
* $cb_version ^
when using the changebar package, this holds a version identifier set by the \cbversion command
* $dd ^
``directory delimiter'', will be set automatically to `/' unless it has already been specified in latex2html.config
* $default_language ^
specifies the language whose international code should be specified within the <!DOCTYPE ... > tag
* $depth ^
holds the value of the sectioning depth when the <ADDRESS> tag of an HTML page is being created
* $file ^
holds the name of the HTML page when its <ADDRESS> tag is being created
* $title ^
holds the title of the current section when the <ADDRESS> tag of an HTML is being created
* ALIWEB ^
a network search and retrieval tool
* amsfonts.perl ^
contains code to recognise or implement features of the amsfonts package for LATEX
* amstex.perl ^
contains code to recognise or implement features of the amstex package for LATEX
* anonymous ftp ^
pseudonym for use of the ftp program as the anonymous user, for file-transfers
* Archie ^
publicly-accessible database of files and programs available via anonymous ftp or using the Web
* Arena ^
Web-browser; currently the only one which displays HTML 3.1 math markup
* article.perl ^
implements section-numbering conventions, etc. for the article document-class
* bash ^
a unix shell, does not directly support use of LATEX2HTML
* bibtex ^
bibliography data-base program, used with LATEX
* book.perl ^
implements section-numbering conventions, etc. for the book document-class
* CERN ^
originally named ``Conseil Europeen pour la Recherche Nucleaire'', now known as the ``European Laboratory for Particle Physics'', located near Geneva; also where the World-Wide Web was originally conceived
* changebar.sty ^
LATEX2e package to mark changes in documentation; this supercedes an earlier package
* Changes ^
text file, recording the changes made to LATEX2HTML since it was first released in July 1993, until V96.1 and revisions during 1996
* changes.tex ^
input file for the LATEX2HTML manual; normally loaded only with the HTML version
* chmod ^
Unix command for changing the access-privileges on files
* color.perl ^
contains Perl code to implement all the features of LATEX's color package and loads a list of named colors
* Common LATEX Commands ^
cardboard lift-out, at the back of the ``Blue Book'', containing a summary of LATEX commands
* configure-pstoimg ^
Perl script to locate which Unix utilities are available on the local system, for use in generating images
* crayola.txt ^
contains a list of color specifications for the Crayola crayon colors, giving a name and CMYK coordinates
* credits.tex ^
input file for the LATEX2HTML manual; acknowledges the multitude of contributors to the development of LATEX2HTML
* csh ^
a unix shell, provides support for LATEX2HTML
* CVS ^
Concurrent Version System software to administer multiple authors updating the software source files
* DBM ^
Unix Database Management utility
* dn.gif ^
image of a small downward-turning arrow
* docs/ ^
subdirectory of $LATEX2HTMLDIR containing the LATEX2HTML documentation and a Makefile to control its processing
* docs/foilhtml/ ^
subdirectory of $LATEX2HTMLDIR containing an implementation for the FoilTeX system
* docs/manual.tex ^
main LATEX source for LATEX2HTML documentation
* dot.latex2html-init ^
example initialisation file for LATEX2HTML; usually to be found in the $LATEX2HTMLDIR
* dvips ^
dvi to PostScript conversion program
* dvipsk ^
a variant of dvips
* eform.ps ^
PostScript graphic used in the LATEX2HTML manual
* example/ ^
subdirectory of $LATEX2HTMLDIR containing an example illustrating the document segmentation technique
* features.tex ^
input file for a section of the LATEX2HTML manual; describes special features available with LATEX2HTML
* figure.ps ^
another PostScript graphic used in the LATEX2HTML manual
* finger ^
network utility to obtain information about email addresses of users at computer installations
* floatfig.sty ^
LATEX2e package for floating figures with text flowing around
* foilhtml.sty ^
a LATEX package that adds structural markup to FoilTeX
* foils.perl ^
adds Perl code to implement the foils document-class of FoilTeX
* FoilTeX ^
system for producing transparencies (foils) in LATEX.
* footnode.html ^
the HTML page on which the text of footnotes will appear
* french.perl ^
adds Perl code to be compatible with the french.sty LATEX package
* french.sty ^
LATEX package for documents written in French
* ftp ^
`File Transfer Protocols', network utility for transferring files
* FTP search ^
modern Web-based search utility
* GDBM ^
GNU Database Management utility
* german.perl ^
adds Perl code to be compatible with german.sty LATEX package
* german.sty ^
LATEX package for documents written in German
* getcwd.pl ^
input file for Perl
* Ghostscript ^
program to render graphics written in the PostScript language, or minor variations thereof
* ghostscript ^
Unix command to launch the Ghostscript program
* Ghostscript 3.x ^
latest versions of the Ghostscript program
* giftool ^
utility to make transparent the backgrounds of GIF images, or to create interlaced GIF images
* giftrans ^
utility to make transparent the backgrounds of GIF images; not needed if netpbm is used
* graphics.sty ^
LATEX2e package for inclusion of graphics within typeset documents
* grep ^
standard Unix utility, useful for finding specific strings within (groups of) files
* gs ^
commonly-used shortening of the ghostscript command
* GS-Preview ^
dvi-viewer, using Ghostscript
* gs_fonts.ps ^
read by Ghostscript to locate the PostScript fonts available on the local system
* heqn.perl ^
package adding code to LATEX2HTML for placing equation-numbering at the left of images
* heqn.sty ^
empty LATEX package to force loading of heqn.perl; moves equation numbering to the left of images
* HTML ^
``Hyper-Text Markup Language'', as used by Web-browsers
* html.perl ^
adds Perl code to be compatible with html.sty LATEX package
* html.sty ^
symbolic link (see below) to a LATEX package allowing HTML links and conditional code
* html209.sty ^
the LATEX2.09 version, target for the symbolic link html.sty
* html2e.sty ^
the LATEX2e version, target for the symbolic link html.sty
* htmllist.perl ^
contains Perl code to implement the htmllist environment
* htmllist.sty ^
LATEX package for the htmllist environment, which uses special icons in the HTML version
* hypextra.tex ^
input file for a section of the LATEX2HTML manual; describes hypertext extensions
* IndicTeX-HTML/ ^
subdirectory of $LATEX2HTMLDIR containing LATEX and Perl extensions to handle IndicTeX documents
* icons.gif/ ^
subdirectory of $LATEX2HTMLDIR containing GIF format versions of the default icons used for navigation buttons and other purposes
* icons.png/ ^
subdirectory of $LATEX2HTMLDIR containing PNG format versions of the default icons used for navigation buttons and other purposes
* icons/ ^
subdirectory of $LATEX2HTMLDIR containing the default GIF icons used for navigation buttons (no longer used, from v97.1 onwards)
* image-test.tex ^
example test-document for probing into the cause for image-generation problems
* images.dvi ^
the dvi-file created by running LATEX on images.tex for creating images of mathematics and other awkward environments
* images.log ^
the log-file produced by running LATEX on images.tex
* images.pl ^
data file produced by LATEX2HTML; contains information about the images in your document, used for cyclic image generation
* images.tex ^
file created by LATEX2HTML which is passed to LATEX to typeset complicated environments for conversion to images
* index.html ^
on many systems a file of this name will be sent to the browser when a URL to its parent directory has been specified
* install-test ^
tests the LATEX2HTML installation
* justify.perl ^
package defining HTML 3.2 markup for left/right/center justified paragraphs, interpreting the standard LATEX environments flushleft/flushright/center
* justify.sty ^
LATEX package which does nothing other than force loading of justify.perl by LATEX2HTML
* l2hfiles.dat ^
contains the descriptive data appearing in this glossary
* l2hglo.ist ^
configuration for makeindex to construct this glossary
* l2hidx.ist ^
configuration for makeindex to construct the index
* l2hman.sty ^
style-file needed for typesetting the LATEX2HTML manual using LATEX
* labels.pl ^
data file containing symbolic labels for references to locations within a HTML document produced by LATEX2HTML
* latex ^
command to run to LATEX
* LATEX ^
the markup language, interpreted by LATEX2HTML; images are processed by the LATEX program
* LATEX2e ^
the current version of LATEX, first introduced in 1993
* latex2html ^
Unix command to execute the LATEX2HTML script for generating HTML pages from a LATEX document
* LATEX2HTML ^
Perl script to convert LATEX documents into web-pages, by Nikos Drakos with updates and extensions by others
* latex2html-96.1.tar.gz ^
compressed archive of the Feb. 1996 major LATEX2HTML distribution
* latex2html-97.1.tar.gz ^
compressed archive of the previous (since May. 1997) LATEX2HTML distribution
* latex2html-98.1.tar.gz ^
compressed archive of the latest (since Feb. 1998) LATEX2HTML distribution
* latex2html.config ^
configuration file for LATEX2HTML, normally to be found in the $LATEX2HTMLDIR directory
* letter.perl ^
implements section-numbering conventions, etc. for the letter document-class
* libpng-0.89c.tar.gz ^
implements the PNG image format routines, available via Archie
* libz ^
implements data compression routines, should be part of your operating system, if not get it via Archie
* licence.tex ^
input file for the LATEX2HTML manual; contains the licence statement and copyright notice
* Linux ^
Unix system for DOS-based PCs; LATEX2HTML will work, provided some variables are set correctly
* local.pm ^
written by configure-pstoimg, this Perl file records the locations of the graphics utilities on the local system used by pstoimg
* lslide.sty ^
LATEX package for producing colour-separations
* lynx ^
character-based Web-browser, available for DOS and Unix systems
* make ^
Unix utility used to track the time-dependency of multiple files in the development of a document or computing project
* Makefile ^
contains the time-dependency data used by the make utility
* makeidx.perl ^
adds Perl code to interpret index-entries otherwise intended for the makeindex program
* makeindex ^
utility for sorting and filtering textual data; used primarily for making the index or glossary
* makemap ^
Perl script to generate image-maps
* makeseg ^
Perl script to generate Makefiles for segmented documents, so that you can initiate the translation with a single make call.
* MakeTeXPK ^
script used by dvips, and other dvi-drivers, controlling generation of missing fonts
* manhtml.tex ^
input file containing definitions needed for segments of the HTML version of the LATEX2HTML manual
* manual.aux ^
auxiliary file created by running LATEX on the LATEX2HTML manual
* manual.glo ^
collects (unsorted) glossary entries for the LATEX version of the LATEX2HTML manual
* manual.gls ^
file containing the sorted entries for the glossary in the LATEX2HTML manual; created by running makeindex on manual.glo using l2hglo.ist
* manual.idx ^
collects (unsorted) index entries for the LATEX version of the LATEX2HTML manual
* manual.ind ^
file containing the sorted entries for the index in the LATEX2HTML manual; created by running makeindex on manual.idx using l2hidx.ist
* manual.tex ^
main LATEX source for the LATEX2HTML manual
* Metafont ^
generates bitmapped fonts for TEX and LATEX
* misc/ ^
subdirectory containing miscellaneous files used by Metafont, often the location for modes.mf
* modes.mf ^
used by Metafont to customise font bitmaps for different printers
* Mosaic ^
commonly-used Web-browser, see NCSA Mosaic below
* mybutton.gif ^
file-name used in example code for an image as a button to a hyperlink
* natbib.perl ^
implements the commands in the natbib package, allowing flexible styles for citations
* NCSA ^
``National Center for Supercomputing Applications'' located at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
* NCSA Mosaic ^
Web-browser, freely available for most platforms
* NDBM ^
alternative Database Management utility for Unix
* netpbm ^
suite of Unix graphics utilities; alternative to pbmplus
* Netscape Navigator ^
popular Web-browser, commercially available for most platforms and free to academic institutions
* nharvard.perl ^
contains code to load the natbib package and use this to implement the `harvard' style of citations
* nslookup ^
network utility for findinging network addresses
* OSF ^
a unix shell
* Override.pm ^
Perl input file for operating system specific constructs like directory delimiter, getenv()/setenv(), and other system calls and quirks
* overview.tex ^
input file for a section of the LATEX2HTML manual; contains a brief summary of LATEX2HTML's capabilities
* pbmmake ^
Unix graphics utility which creates rectangles of a single color as a bitmapped graphic
* pbmplus ^
suite of Unix graphics utilities
* Perl ^
the Unix program which interprets LATEX2HTML and orchestrates the whole conversion process
* perl ^
unix command to run the Perl program on a given script; e.g. on latex2html or pstoimg
* PNG ^
Portable Network Graphics format, devised as an alternative to GIF with extra capabilities
* pnmcat ^
Unix graphics utility which concatenates several bitmapped graphics to produce a single bitmapped graphic
* pnmcrop ^
Unix graphics utility which crops whole rows and/or columns of a single color, from specified edges of a bitmapped graphic
* pnmfile ^
Unix graphics utility which reads a graphic in one of a large range of formats, creating a bitmap suitable for input to other utilities
* pnmflip ^
Unix graphics utility which rotates and reflects through multiples of 90o.
* pnmtopng ^
Unix graphics utility which converts to PNG format.
* PostScript ^
graphics programming language used in printers; interpreted by Ghostscript
* ppmquant ^
Unix graphics utility used to limit the number of distinct colours in a single image
* ppmtogif ^
Unix graphics utility used to convert a bitmapped graphic in ppm format into GIF format
* problems.tex ^
input file for the LATEX2HTML manual; contains a description of known problems with LATEX2HTML, and how best to avoid or deal with them
* psfiles/ ^
sub-directory of docs/ containing PostScript graphics used in the printed version of the LATEX2HTML manual
* pstogif ^
Perl script which controls the conversion of images from PostScript to GIF bitmaps; replaced by pstoimg for V97.1
* pstoimg ^
Perl script which controls the conversion of images from PostScript to a chosen graphics format
* pstoppm.ps ^
contains PostScript code needed for image conversion with versions of Ghostscript earlier than 3.0
* pstoppm3.ps ^
-"-"- with v3.x of Ghostscript and LATEX2HTML earlier than 96.1
* pstoxbm ^
Unix graphics utility that is no longer used by LATEX2HTML
* README ^
found in $LATEX2HTMLDIR, this file contains simple information concerning the latest release
* report.map ^
example data-file used as input for makemap to produce an image-map
* report.perl ^
implements section-numbering conventions, etc. for the report document-class
* report.ps ^
PostScript version produced by LATEX, for the report.tex example of a segmented document
* report.tex ^
example source for a segmented document
* report/ ^
subdirectory created when processing the example segmented document
* rgb.txt ^
contains a list of color specifications, giving a name and RGB coordinates
* SDBM ^
Unix Database Management utility distributed with Perl 5
* sec1.tex ^
one section of the example segmented document
* sec2.html ^
one HTML page produced with the example segmented document
* sec2.tex ^
another section of the example segmented document
* slides.perl ^
implements section-numbering conventions, etc. for the slides document-class
* styles/ ^
subdirectory of $LATEX2HTMLDIR containing <file>.perl files corresponding to LATEX packages
* support.tex ^
input file for a section of the LATEX2HTML manual; details installation and some technical aspects
* tar ^
utility for creating, and extracting files from, archives
* tcsh ^
a unix shell, provides support for LATEX2HTML
* tests/ ^
subdirectory of $LATEX2HTMLDIR with various test documents, in particular you might be interested in running pages.tex to check the image generation
* texdefs.perl ^
package providing ability to recognise and process some common TEX macro constructions
* texexpand ^
Perl script used with LATEX2HTML for combining the required portions of all input-files into a single document
* TEXINPUTS ^
shell-variable which contains the usual paths used by LATEX to find packages and other input-files
* texinputs/ ^
subdirectory of $LATEX2HTMLDIR containing the LATEX packages needed to successfully typeset its manual
* TMP-part1 ^
first of a series of temporary files created during LATEX2HTML processing; they are automatically deleted unless -debug was specified
* toshiba ^
Metafont mode recommended for setting mathematics and text included within automatically generated images
* up.gif ^
image of a small upward-turning arrow
* url.sty ^
LATEX2e package for typesetting URLs across multiple lines
* urls.bib ^
suggested name for a BibTEX input file, containing @string definitions for URLs to be used within bibliographic references
* userman.tex ^
input file for the main section of the LATEX2HTML user-manual
* versions/ ^
subdirectory of $LATEX2HTMLDIR containing files to adapt to different versions of HTML
* wrapfig.sty ^
LATEX2e package for wrapping text around non-floating figures
* xv ^
useful Unix graphics utility; allows interactive manipulation and format-conversion of bitmapped images

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(merlin) BOFH
2000-03-14