Hi again, On Sun, Apr 19, 2009 at 7:50 PM, Parul Bali <parul.sarasw...@gmail.com> wrote: > Thanks for this. The html file looks very good indeed. However, was > wondering if it would be possible to have separate html files for each page > (as is possible with Plastex). Also, noticed that the table of contents > isn't displayed. Is it in the works?
The first item is in the works, as you can see in the user guide: http://www.nongnu.org/elyxer/userguide.html What I want to achieve is to be able to segment the HTML page in chapters, parts or sections. Actually I need it for my own documents, so you can rest assured that the tool will eventually get there. Is this what you want? The second point (table of contents) is related. Since eLyXer does the conversion on the fly, keeping minimal state information on memory, it is not possible right now to generate a table of contents: at the top of the document it is not known how many chapters or sections there will be. So a second pass is necessary. At the moment the planned extension is to create a second utility which does both things: segment the page and create a table of contents where needed. I cannot give dates for these developments, since they depend on the usual factors: day job, family, etc. But I would like to have them ready before summer. Until then your best bet is to segment the documents manually. Cheers, Alex.