Starting Pgn2ltx is as simple as saying
pgn2ltx < a.pgn > a.tex
where the file `
a.pgn' contains the PGN data and
a.tex' is the resulting LaTeX file.
Additionally, Pgn2ltx can be called as
pgn2ltx [options] < a.pgn > a.tex
with the following available options:
-c Displays the chess moves using the ``movecomment'' and not the ``mainline'' environment -e Exports only the selected LaTeX file header and does not process any input -f <file_name> Reads the LaTeX header from the file <file_name> -l <header_type> Sets the LaTeX header for the single games to one of the following ``header_types'': none, names, nameselo, siteevent, informator -t <KQBNRP> If specified, all piece letters within recognized moves are translated to the given language
If one of the options is ``
--help'' a short usage message is displayed.