4 Invoking `texi2html'
To produce an HTML manual, run `texi2html' with a Texinfo file as an
argument. For example, this manual is created with:
$ texi2html texi2html.texi
`texi2html' can accept more than one manual on the command line, and
will proceed with each of the manuals in turn.
The behaviour of `texi2html' may be changed with command line
options. These command line options are always associated with
corresponding `perl' variables which may appear in init files, and these
variables are presented in this chapter each time a switch is described.
Boolean command line switches always have a corresponding negated
switch, obtained by prepending `no' or `no-' to the switch name. For
example `--nomenu' does the reverse of `--menu'.
When more than one manual is processed, the command line apply to
all the manuals, except for command-line switches setting the output
- General options
- Splitting output
- The HTML output may be split at
- Output files
- Texinfo related options
- Page layout options
- Customizing page layout
- Style options
- Customizing the HTML and text style
- Expanding TeX regions
- Using init files
- Specifying initialization files for fine tuning
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