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[help-texinfo] html relative path

From: paracetamolo
Subject: [help-texinfo] html relative path
Date: Sat, 3 Jan 2009 19:32:21 +0100
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I'm experiencing a strange behaviour when I compile my texinfo to obtain html output. I insert images using the following code:

@macro marioimage{myimage,description,height}
@float Figure,\myimage\
@c @image{/home/marco/img/\myimage\,,\height\
@end float
@sp 1
@end macro

as you can see there are two @image, with a relative and an absolute path, the relative doesn't work. No warning regarding images is given when I compile with:
$ makeinfo --html --force --no-split documentation.texi -o documentation.html
but in the resulting page instead of images there are simply the files name.
The macro works perfectly with pdf output.

Right now I am using a ugly ack to obtain the absolute path and allow people to compile the documentation of my program. Is there a way to use relative path with html?



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