texi2any: The Generic Translator for Texinfo
texi2any is the generic translator for Texinfo that can
produce different output formats and is highly customizable. It
supports these formats:
makeinfo is an alias for
texi2any. By default,
makeinfo generate Info output;
indeed, there are no differences in behavior based on the name.
Beside these default formats, command line options to
texi2any can change many aspects of the output. Beyond
that, initialization files provide even more control over the final
output—nearly anything not specified in the Texinfo input file.
Initialization files are written in Perl, like the main program, and
anything which can be specified on the command line can also be
specified within a initialization file.
The rest of this chapter goes into the details.
|• Reference Implementation:|
|• Invoking texi2any:||Running the translator from a shell.|
|• texi2any Printed Output:||Calling |
|• Pointer Validation:||How to check that pointers point somewhere.|
|• Customization Variables:||Configuring |
|• Internationalization of Document Strings:||Translating program-inserted text.|
|• Invoking pod2texi:||Translating Perl pod to Texinfo.|
|• texi2html:||An ancestor of |