When you specify WrapAndShip=Yes and designate a WrapPath folder, Mif2Go automatically copies graphics files from the project folder to the folder designated by [Graphics]GraphPath. Mif2Go can also automatically copy graphics files from another folder you specify.
CopyGraphicsFrom and GraphCopyFiles take effect when WrapAndShip=Yes, CompileHelp=Yes, or FTSCommand=path\to\indexer (see §33.8 ).
When you specify a value for CopyGraphicsFrom, graphics files are copied first from the project folder (unless it is the same as the destination folder), then from the folder designated by CopyGraphicsFrom, to one of the following destinations:
• for JavaHelp and Oracle Help for Java, the folder designated by [JavaHelpOptions]GraphSubdir (see §10.2.7.2 )
• for other HTML output types (and DCL output), the folder designated by [Graphics]GraphPath, if any (see §33.5.3 ), otherwise the WrapPath folder
You can use GraphCopyFiles to list files to be copied. shows which graphics files are copied by default for each output type. Files assigned to GraphCopyFiles are always copied first from the project folder, then from the CopyGraphicsFrom folder (if any). If GraphCopyFiles is not specified, or is set to nothing, all relevant graphics files are copied from the project folder and then from the CopyGraphicsFrom folder (if any).
The file specifications you assign to GraphCopyFiles must be separated by spaces, and no spaces are allowed within a file specification. You can use wildcards in file specifications, and include absolute or relative paths to indicate where graphics files should be copied from. If you do not specify a path, the default is first from the project folder, then from the CopyGraphicsFrom folder (if any). If you specify a relative path, the path is relative to the project folder.
If you need to copy graphics from more than one folder, use book or file wrap commands; see §32.4.2 . These commands allow you to copy files after conversion (including after graphics generation) but before compilation or other [Automation] operations. Make sure you leave [Automation]EmptyGraphPath=No to avoid deleting the files copied this way. If you want to clear out the destination folder first, do it as part of a book or file wrap command.