5.4 HyperTeXt ============= Dvips has support for producing hypertext PostScript documents. If you specify the `-z' option, the `html:' specials described below will be converted into `pdfmark' PostScript operators to specify links. Without `-z', `html:' specials are ignored. The resulting PostScript can then be processed by a distiller program to make a PDF file. (It can still be handled by ordinary PostScript interpreters as well.) Various versions of both PC and Unix distillers are supported; Ghostscript includes limited distiller support (Note: Ghostscript installation). Macros you can use in your TeX document to insert the specials in the first place are available from `CTAN:/support/hypertex'. For CTAN info, Note: unixtex.ftp.ftp. This hypertext support (and original form of the documentation) was written by Mark Doyle and Tanmoy Bhattacharya as the `dvihps' program. You can retrieve their software and additional documentation via the CTAN reference above. You may also be interested in the Java previewer IDVI, available at `http://www.win.tue.nl/~dickie/idvi', and/or in `http://www.emrg.com/texpdf.html', which describes the process of making PDF files from TeX files in more detail. Mail archives for the original project are at `http://math.albany.edu:8800/hm/ht/'.
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