This script converts MetaPost output files (with .mps file extensions ) into stand-alone (self-contained) Encapsulated PostScript files (with all necessary fonts included. Although MetaPost figures' final destination are often inclusion into TeX documents, it is often useful to view the figures during their development process. To this end, stand-alone EPS figures are often desired. Usage: mpstoeps foo.mps converts foo.mps into the stand-alone EPS foo.eps Note: The canonical naming scheme for MetaPost output files (with source foo.mp) is foo.1, foo.2, etc. For philosophical reasons, this script requires an alternative naming scheme (e.g. foo_1.mps, foo_2.mps, etc.) so that the .mps file extension is appended to the MetaPost jobname.
MPStoEPS – A convertor from METAPOST output to Encapsulated PostScript
This Perl script converts a METAPOST output file (with file extension .mps) into a self-contained (with all fonts embedded) Encapsulated PostScript file. Although METAPOST graphics are meant to be included in a TeX document, there are reasons to have them stand alone, e.g. debugging the graphics during the development processes.
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|Maintainer||Troy L. Henderson|
prepare graphics for use with *TeX|