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       BibTeX2HTML - A translator of bibliography databases into HTML


       bibtex2html [options] <filename>


       bibtex2html is a translator which reads a bibliography file and outputs two HTML documents
       that contain respectively the cited bibliography in a nice presentation, and the  original
       BibTeX file augmented with several transparent HTML links to allow easy navigation.


   General aspect of the HTML document
       -t string, --title string
              specify the title of the HTML file (default is the file name).

       --header string
              give an additional header for the HTML document.

       --footer string
              give an additional footer for the HTML document.

       -s string, --style string
              use BibTeX style string (plain, alpha, etc.). Default style is plain.

       -noabstract, --no-abstract
              do not print the abstracts (if any).

       -nokeywords, --no-keywords
              do not print the keywords (if any).

       -both, --both
              produce  both  pages with and without abstracts. If the BibTeX file is foo.bib then
              the two pages will be respectively foo.html and foo_abstracts.html (The suffix  may
              be  different,  see  option  --suffix).  Links  are  inserted from the page without
              abstracts to the page with abstracts.

       -nokeys, --no-keys
              do not print the cite keys.

       -use-keys, --use-keys
              use the cite keys from the BibTeX input file (and not the  ones  generated  by  the
              BibTeX style file).

       -rawurl, --raw-url
              print URLs instead of files' types.

       -heveaurl, --hevea-url
              interpret  the  macro  \url  as HeVeA's one, i.e. with two arguments, the first one
              being the url and the second one the text to print.  The  default  behavior  is  to
              interpret  the  macro  \url  as  the  one  from the package url, which has only one
              argument (the url itself).

       -f field, --field field
              add a web link for that BibTeX field.

       -nf field string, --named-field field string
              similar to -f but specifies the way to display the  link  (e.g.  -nf  springer  "At

       -note field, --note field
              declare that a field must be treated like the abstract field, i.e. is an annotation
              to be displayed as a text paragraph below the entry.

       -multiple, --multiple
              make a separate web page for each entry. Beware: this option produces as many  HTML
              files as BibTeX entries!

       -single, --single
              produce  a single document, inserting each BibTeX entry (the input) right after its
              BibTeX output.

       -bg color, --background color
              set the background color of the HTML file (default is none).

       -css file, --style-sheet file
              set a style sheet file for the HTML document (default is none).

       -charset c, --charset c
              specify the charset to use in the META tag of generated html files. The default  is
              the output of the command locale charmap, or if this doesn't work, ISO-8859-1.

       -dl, --dl
              use HTML DL lists instead of HTML tables to format entries.

       -unicode, --unicode
              use Unicode entities for some macros, such as &#X22A8; for \models, etc.

       -html-entities, --html-entities
              use HTML entities for some macros, such as &asymp; for \approx, etc.

   Controlling the translation
       -m file, --macros-from file
              read  the  LATEX macros in the given file. Note: bibtex2html does not handle macros
              arguments; arguments are simply discarded.

       -noexpand, --no-expand
              do not expand the abbreviation strings, leave them in the output file.

   Selecting the entries
       -citefile filename, --citefile filename
              Select only keys appearing in filename. To be used manually or in conjonction  with

       -e key, --exclude key
              exclude an particular entry.

   Sorting the entries
       -d, --sort-by-date
              sort by date.

       -a, --sort-as-bibtex
              sort as BibTeX (usually by author).

       -u, --unsorted
              unsorted i.e. same order as in .bib file (default).

       -r, --reverse-sort
              reverse the sort.

              number entries in reverse order (i.e. from n to 1 in plain style).

   Miscellaneous options
              do  not  produce  any  HTML documents but write to stdout the sorted list of BibTeX
              keys (one key per line).

       -nodoc, --nodoc
              do not produce a full HTML document but only its body (useful  to  merge  the  HTML
              bibliography in a bigger HTML document).

       -nobibsource, --nobibsource
              do not produce the _bib.html file. In that case, no BibTeX entry links are inserted
              in the HTML file.

       -suffix string, --suffix string
              give an alternate suffix string for both HTML files and links (default is .html).

       -fsuffix string, --file-suffix string
              give an alternate suffix string for HTML files (default is .html).

       -lsuffix string, --link-suffix string
              give an alternate suffix string for HTML links (default is .html).

       -o file, --output file
              specifies the output file. If file is -, then the standard output is selected.

       -c command, --command command
              specify the BibTeX command (default is bibtex -min-crossrefs=1000). May  be  useful
              for example if you need to specify the full path of the bibtex command.

       -i, --ignore-errors
              ignore BibTeX errors.

       -q, --quiet
              be quiet.

       -w, --warn-error
              stop at the first warning.

       -h, --help
              print a short usage and exit.

       -v, --version
              print the version and exit.

       -noheader, --no-header
              do not insert the bibtex2html command in the HTML document (default is to insert it
              as a comment at the beginning).


       Bibtex2html has been written by Jean-Christophe Filliâtre and Claude Marché.  This manpage
       has been compiled by Ralf Treinen from the original bibtex2html documentation.



       For  complete  documentation, please check the bibtex2html manual.  On a Debian system the
       manual can be found at /usr/share/doc/bibtex2html both in the formats postscript and HTML,
       or via the Debian help system.