grohtml - html driver for groff
grohtml [ -v?lrn ] [ -Ddir ] [ -Fdir ] [ -iresolution ] [ -Iimage ]
[ -oimage ] [ files... ]
grohtml translates the output of GNU troff to html. Users should
always invoke grohtml via the groff command with a -Thtml option. If
no files are given, grohtml will read the standard input. A filename
of - will also cause grohtml to read the standard input. Html output
is written to the standard output. When grohtml is run by groff
options can be passed to grohtml using groff's -P option.
OPTIONS-v Displays the version.
-? Emits a usage synopsis.
-l Turns off the production of automatic section links at the top
of the document.
-r Turns off the automatic header and footer line (html rule).
-n Generate simple heading anchors whenever a section/number head‐
ing is found. Without the option the anchor value is the tex‐
tual heading. This can cause problems when a heading contains a
`?' on some brousers (netscape). This flag is automatically
turned on if a heading contains an image.
-Fdir Prepend directory dir/devname to the search path for font and
device description files; name is the name of the device, usu‐
Select the resolution for all images. By default this is 80
pixels per inch. Example: -i100 indicates 100 pixels per inch.
-Istem Determine the image stem name. If omitted grohtml uses grohtml-
XXX (XXX is the process ID).
-Ddir Inform grohtml to place all image files into directory dir.
-v Print the version number.
-? Display usage.
There are styles called R, I, B, and BI mounted at font positions 1 to
grohtml is dependent upon the png utilities (pnmcut, pnmtopng) and
GhostScript (gs). Images are generated whenever a table, picture,
equation or line is encountered.
Grohtml has been completely redesigned and rewritten. It is still
SEE ALSOafmtodit(1), groff(1), gtroff(1), psbb(1), groff_out(5), groff_font(5),
groff_char(7)Groff Version 1.17.2 27 June 2001 GROHTML(1)