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         texi2html - a Texinfo to HTML converter
         texi2html [options] file
         texi2html -check [-verbose] files
         Texi2html converts the given Texinfo file to a set  of  HTML
         files.  It  tries to handle most of the Texinfo commands. It
         creates hypertext links for cross-references, footnotes...
         It  also  tries  to  add  links  from  a  reference  to  its
         corresponding  entry  in  the  bibliography (if any). It may
         also handle a glossary (see the -glossary option).
         Texi2html creates several files depending on the contents of
         the Texinfo file and on the chosen options (see FILES).
         The HTML files created by texi2html are closer to  TeX  than
         to  Info,  that's why texi2html converts @iftex sections and
         not @ifinfo ones by default. You can reverse this  with  the
         -expandinfo option.
         -check      Check the given file and give the  list  of  all
                     things  that  may be Texinfo commands.  This may
                     be used to check the output of texi2html to find
                     the  Texinfo commands that have been left in the
                     HTML file.
         -expandinfo Expand @ifinfo sections, not @iftex ones.
         -glossary   Use the section named 'Glossary' to build a list
                     of terms and put links in the HTML document from
                     each term toward its definition.
         -invisible name
                     Use name to create invisible destination anchors
                     for  index  links.  This  is  a workaround for a
                     known bug of many WWW browsers,  including  xmo-
         -I dir      Look also in dir to find included files.
         -menu       Show the Texinfo  menus;  by  default  they  are
         -monolithic Output only one file,  including  the  table  of
                     contents and footnotes.
         -number     Number the sections.
                     Split the output into several  HTML  files  (one
                     per main section:  chapter, appendix...).
         -split_node Split the output into several  HTML  files  (one
                     per node).
         -usage      Print usage instructions,  listing  the  current
                     available command-line options.
         -verbose    Give a verbose output.  Can  be  used  with  the
                     -check option.
         By default texi2html creates the following files (foo  being
         the name of the Texinfo file):
         foo_toc.html    The table of contents.
         foo.html        The document's contents.
         foo_foot.html   The footnotes (if any).
         When used with the -split option, it creates  several  files
         (one  per  chapter  or  node), named foo_n.html (n being the
         indice of the  chapter  or  node),  instead  of  the  single
         foo.html file.
         When used with the -monolithic option, it creates  only  one
         file:  foo.html
         texi2html  predefines   the   following   variables:   html,
         texi2html implements the following non-Texinfo commands:
         @ifhtml         This indicates the start of an HTML section,
                         this section will passed through without any
         @end ifhtml     This indcates the end of an HTML section.
         This is texi2html version 1.51, 09/10/96.
         The latest version of texi2html can be found in WWW, cf. URL
         The  main  author   is   Lionel   Cons,   CERN   CN/DCI/UWS,   Many other people around the net con-
         tributed to this program.
         This program is the intellectual property  of  the  European
         Laboratory  for Particle Physics (known as CERN). No guaran-
         tee whatsoever is provided by CERN. No liability  whatsoever
         is  accepted  for  any  loss or damage of any kind resulting
         from any defect or inaccuracy in this information or code.
         CERN, 1211 Geneva 23, Switzerland
         GNU Texinfo Documentation Format, HyperText Markup  Language
         (HTML), World Wide Web (WWW).
         This program does not understand all Texinfo commands (yet).
         TeX specific commands (normally enclosed in @iftex) will  be
         passed unmodified.

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