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Which TeX processor does Stacks Project use to generate HTML? (htlatex, tex4ht, etc.)

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The about page at the site you link to shows the link to a github repository for the tools used, the main html conversion appears to be a custom python code

https://github.com/stacks/stacks-tools

with the math being left as TeX and handled in the browser by MathJax.

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See the README:

You can simply latex the files in the current directory read them, edit them, and submit your changes by email back into the project.

Here is are some pointers to documentation:

  • how to create all dvi/pdf files at once, see documentation/make-project
  • how to submit your work, see documentation/submitting-patches
  • how to use git, see documentation/git-howto
  • read about support from organizations in documentation/support
  • for a rough todo list, see documentation/todo-list
  • for technical rules governing internal references, see documentation/rules

For more information, please see the website at the address above.

The project uses apparently the make routine, see also the documentation for more information about how to use make.

  • My question is not about make utility, it is about the actual program which transforms (fragments of) TeX source into HTML. I know that this program is (directly or indirecty) invoked by make, but it isn't make itself. So I will downvote your answer – porton May 17 '17 at 15:27
  • @porton Why don't you look up the html source code then, which clearly has a line src='https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/mathjax/2.7.0/MathJax.js' in it instead of downvoting answers of people trying to help you? I delete my answer then if this is fine for you. – jjdb May 17 '17 at 15:38
  • @jjdb not sure why you got downvoted but actually neither the reference to make nor the mathjax link show how the main body of the html was constructed from tex: that is, what converts \section to <h2> or whatever. Unusually the html pages don't have a meta tag giving the generation software (that was my first thought to look too) – David Carlisle May 17 '17 at 15:44
  • @DavidCarlisle Yep, you're correct. I also misunderstood the question. It seems to me that the important conversion is in the file functions.py However, there is also a sql database in the project, but I haven't quite figured the connection yet. – jjdb May 17 '17 at 16:24

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