On Aug 12, 2009, at 9:40 AM, Michael Goldweber wrote:
Here is a question with regard to the LaTeX bundle:
I wish to use both pdfLaTeX as well as TtH (a latex to HTML
converter). With pdfLaTeX, I have used TextMate as the previewer, but
have recently discovered Skim and the synctex (along with the
watching) facility. Hence in the LaTeX bundle preferences menu I have
For TtH, I hacked up an very old version of the LaTeX current file
script to invoke TtH (attached below). The trouble is this script
requires TextMate as the "previewer."
What I don't want is to have to continually switch my preferences back
and forth since I might both LaTeX a document in addition to TtH'ing
it for posting on the Web.
In a perfect world, I would like the LaTeX bundle to have native
support for using TtH. In the absence of that, could someone suggest
edit changes to the hacked script I have, or better yet, provide an
Perhaps the easiest thing to do is use TextMate's web preview
facility. press ⌃⌥⌘P to invoke it.
at the bottom of the Web Preview window is a check box that says
“show options”. A drawer appears, and you may choose to “pipe
text through” a script of your choosing. Pipe it through tth.
We could also make a simple command to do this job. Set the contents
of the command to this paste:
Set “Save: Nothing”, “Input: Entire Document” and “Output:
Show as HTML”. This command should work whether or not you've saved
the document you are editing.