[tex4ht] should one worry about these warning messages from domfilter? Unbalanced Tag

Nasser M. Abbasi nma at 12000.org
Thu Mar 24 23:51:41 CET 2022

Lately I started to notice these warning messages compiling using
mathjax  mode a large file.

Output written on KERNEL.dvi (433 pages, 8872308 bytes).
[WARNING] domfilter: ...ive/2021/texmf-dist/tex/luatex/luaxml/luaxml-mod-xml.lua:175: Unbalanced Tag (/pre) [char=23454]

[WARNING] domfilter: ...ive/2021/texmf-dist/tex/luatex/luaxml/luaxml-mod-xml.lua:175: Unbalanced Tag (/p) [char=31509]

Package etex Warning: Extended allocation already in use.
l.855 --- TeX4ht warning --- nonprimitive \everypar ---

It compiles OK and I see no visible issues, but it could be
I missed something.

I do not have a MWE since the file is very large and I do not know where they are
coming from. Just thought to check if these can be safely ignored?

The command used is (all on one line)

make4ht --shell-escape -ulm default -a debug
          -c nma_mathjax.cfg -e config.lua    filename.tex
          "mathjax,htm,fn-in,SPLIT,notoc*,p-width,charset=utf-8" " -cunihtf -utf8"

TL 2021 updated about 2 weeks ago.


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