Provided by: hevea_2.30-1_all bug


       hacha - Chop hevea output files


       hacha [options] <htmlfile>


       This  manual  page  documents briefly the hacha command.  This manual page was written for
       the Debian GNU/Linux distribution because the original program  does  not  have  a  manual

       Hacha is a program that cuts an html file produced with hevea into several html files.


   General Options

              Print a summary of the usage of hacha.

              Show the current version of hacha and exit.

       -v,    Verbose flag

       -rsz   Size  of  leaves  in  rope  implementation.  The  default  is  1024.  Ropes  are  a
              datastructure internally used by hevea to represent large pieces of text.

   Options directing the flow of output
       -o filename
              make hacha output go into file filename (defaults to index.html)

       -hrf   Output a base.hrf file, showing in which output files  are  the  anchors  from  the
              input  file  gone.  The  format  of  this  summary is one ``anchor\tfile'' line per
              anchor. This information may be needed by other tools.

   Options controlling aspects of the HTML code
              Duplicate table of contents at the beginning of files.

              Insert most of table of contents at the beginning of files.

              Do not insert Previous/Up/Next links in generated pages.



       The HeVeA documentation can be found  on the HeVeA home page    On   a   Debian   system   it   can   also   be   accessed   at
       /usr/share/doc/hevea-doc/html  or  through  the  Debian  help system, provided the package
       hevea-doc is installed.


       Hacha is part of HeVeA, written by Luc Maranget <>.

       This manual page was compiled by Ralf Treinen  <>  and  Georges  Mariano
       <>  from  the HeVeA documentation for the Debian GNU/Linux system
       (but may be used by others).