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Including Mac PostScript files in a (La)TeX document.  You need to
have Psfig installed to use this package!!!  This package contains the
following files:

README				; this file
cleanps.c			; C program to cleanup the Mac PS file			; Neutered LaserPrep Version 71 file			; Mac System 7.0 PS file			; Mac System 7.0 PS file (the apple "clover")
mactotex.tex			; LaTeX documentation			; man page documentation

What you need in addition to this package:
package:				most liekly place to find it:



1) Compile cleanps:

	cc -o cleanps cleanps.c

2) Move cleanps to some standard bin directory (i.e. /usr/local/bin)
3) Move the file to the same place you have the other lprep files
   (see the Psfig documentation).
4) Move the man page to where-ever you keep man pages 
5) "LaTeX," print, and read the documentation (latex mactotex, etc): 
   Note:  This documentation is a test
   of the psfig procedures, so if it doesn't LaTeX and print correctly, 
   something is wrong with your installation.


Name Size Date Notes
README 1201 1991-10-03 01:00
cleanps.c 3544 1991-10-02 01:00 37186 1991-09-06 02:00 20304 1991-09-06 02:00 17566 1991-09-06 02:00 4882 1991-09-06 02:00
mactotex.tex 5347 1991-10-02 01:00

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mac­to­tex – Con­vert "Mac­in­tosh PostScript" for use with TeX

The pro­gram cleans out all the ir­rel­e­vant things that the MACOS ap­pli­ca­tions used to add, and re­struc­tures so that the files can be “used with TeX”. The doc­u­men­ta­tion talks about us­ing ps­fig, but it doesn't seem likely that this is ac­tu­ally nec­es­sary, 15 years af­ter the pro­gram was writ­ten.

Pack­age De­tailsmac­to­tex
Ver­sion 1991-10-03
Li­censeUn­known Sta­tus, No In­for­ma­tion Avail­able
Copy­right1991 Adam S. Fe­dor
Main­tainerAdam Fe­dor
Topics pre­pare graph­ics for use with *TeX
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