HeVeA is a quite complete and fast LaTeX to HTML translator.

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Compiling hevea-2.19 with Objective Caml compiler v3.11.2

Hevea is a LaTeX to HTML converter, available from http://pauillac.inria.fr/~maranget/hevea/index.html I am trying (and failing) to compile hevea on a CentOS machine for which the yum repositories do ...
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Generate HTML from document that uses autoref/cleveref

I have an existing document that was written using hyperref and natbib, and am trying to generate a website alongside the PDF that is already built. The document was written using autoref references ...
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Force Hevea to use original file names for graphics

In my LaTeX files i use \includegraphics command. All images are PNG. I can't get Hevea to display them properly as it changes the names of the images to base_name0001.png. Imagen didn't help. I ran ...
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Convert all formulas to image hevea

I'm using Hevea to translate TeX to HTML. I want to convert all the formulas enclosed by $ ... $ to images. But I'm trying to avoid the using of: \begin{toimage} $ ... $ \end{toimage} \imageflush ...
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Lightweight equivalent of \cref and \Cref

I'm trying to convert my LaTeX document to HTML using HeVeA and I'm facing a problem with cleveref package -- my LaTeX file uses \cref and \Cref heavily, but hevea doesn't support this package by ...
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Displaying images with Hevea (Latex)

What is the correct way to include images so that Hevea will produce correct html output? I tried the following: Latex code (test.tex): \documentclass[12pt]{article} \usepackage{hevea} ...