3.3.2 The “make” scripts
Additionally, you can call the following “make” scripts whenever you
think it's appropriate. They will help you very much: For example, they
prepare your graphics automatically for the different output formats.
But they are also responsible for index and bibliography. They are
constantly kept up-to-date with the document.
Please note that on some Unix/Linux installations you have to call the
“make” scripts with
./ – so you have to input
./makeepss instead of
- makeepss creates EPS versions of all present JPEGs; well,
of all that are included in your document. For dvips.
- makeidx creates an index for your output. For which
output depends on which tbto?? transformer you've called last.
- makebib creates a references list for your output. For
which output depends on which tbto?? transformer you've called
- makepdfs creates PDF versions of all included EPS'es.
Psfrag elements are properly handled. For pdfLaTeX.
- makewebs creates JPEG or PNG versions of all included
graphics, for HTML output.
- makeeqns creates PNG versions of all included formulae,
for HTML output. See also the XSLT parameter preview-latex which
can make this process much faster, see XSLT parameters.
- makepage creates a subdirectory with all files needed by
the HTML version, i.e. the HTML file itself and the PNG/JPEGs.
- makeclean erases almost all generated and superfluous
files. It uses no wildcards, for safety.
(Most of theses files are updated by a call of tbtolatex, only
makeidx and makebib are also updated by tbtohtml.
tbtodocbk only updates makebib.)
Besides that, you will have to call LaTeX, pdfLaTeX and dvips as