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       elyxer - convert LyX files to html


       elyxer [options] [infile] [outfile]


       eLyXer  (pronounced  elixir)  is a LyX to HTML converter. It's written in plain Python and
       doesn't rely on any kind of TeX to html converters.


            Display help.

            Disable all runtime messages.


            Enable debugging messages (for developers).

            Show version number and release date.

            Return the highest supported LyX version that can be converted.


       --title title
            Set the generated page title.

       --css file.css
            Use a custom CSS file.

       --embedcss file.css
            Embed the CSS file into the HTML output instead of including a separate file.

            Output HTML 4.0 instead of the default XHTML.

            Full unicode output.

            Output the document with ISO-8859-15 encoding instead of UTF-8.

            Don't include the 'created by eLyXer' footer.

            Do not generate fancy math constructions.


       --directory image_dir
            Look for images in the specified directory.

       --destdirectorty dest_dir
            Place converted images into this directory.

       --forceformat .extension (deprecated)
            Starting with eLyXer 1.1.1 this option has been replaced by the --imageformat option.

       --imageformat .extension | copy
            Force the image output format, default is PNG.

            This option is helpful in cases were you'd like to override the automatic  conversion
            to  the PNG image format. If you'd like to preserve all images in the original format
            use the copy command.

       --converter inkscape
            Use Inkscape as the image converter.

            Do not convert images, just use them in the current available format  they're  stored

            Be  aware  that you've to copy your image files to the output directory if you create
            the html output outside of the source directory.


            Label footnotes with numbers instead of letters.

            Label footnotes with symbols instead of letters, e.g. *, **.

            Show footnotes as hovering text (default).

            Show footnotes on the page margin.

            Show footnotes at the end of the page.

            Use superscript for footnote markers (default).

            Use aligned text for footnote markers.

       --footnotes number,symbol,hover,margin,end,sup,align
            You can specify one or more of the above footnote options as a comma speparated list.


       --splitpart level
            Split the resulting webpage at the given level.

       --tocfor page
            Generate a TOC that points to the given page.

       --toc (deprecated)
            Create a table of contents.

       --target frame
            Let all links point to the given frame.

       --toctarget page (deprecated)
            Generate a TOC that points to the given page.

            Omit the part lables like 'Chapter' in the TOC.

            Force on the fly conversion to conserve memory.
            This is the old behaviour of eLyXer prior to 0.36.

            Generate HTML without header or footer.

       --jsmath URL (deprecated)
            Use jsMath fomr the given URL to display equations.

       --mathjax URL | remote
            Use MathJax from the given URL to display equations.  If you use --mathjax  with  the
            keyword remote instead of an URL you can use the MathJax CDN instead of a local copy.

            Use Google Charts to generate formular images.

       --template file
            Use a template, put everything into <!--$content-->.

            Add a copyright notice at the bottom.

       --nocopy (deprecated)
            Disables the copyright notice at the bottom.  With eLyXer 0.99 the default changed to
            not include a copyright notice. See also  --copyright  if  you  would  like  to  have
            copyright notice printed.


       This  manpage  was  written  by  Sven  Hoexter <> for the Debian operating
       system.  eLyXer was written by Alex Fernández <>.


       eLyXer is copyright © 2009-11 Alex Fernández.
       This manpage is copyright © 2009-11 Sven Hoexter and Alex Fernández.
       License GPLv3+: GNU GPL version 3 or later <>.
       This is free software: you are free to change and redistribute it.  There is NO  WARRANTY,
       to the extent permitted by law.


       On  a  Debian  operating  system  you  can  find  the  full  documentation  for  eLyXer in
       /usr/share/doc/elyxer/.  The website of eLyXer is <>

                                           August 2011                                  eLyXer(1)