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    This is emp, a package for encapsulated MetaPost pictures in LaTeX.
    This is very useful for keeping illustrations in sync with the
    text.  It also frees the user from inventing descriptive  names
    for PostScript files that fit into the confines of file system
    conventions.

    You are invited to share, use, abuse, and improve it, see the file
    COPYING for details.

    Enjoy,
    -Thorsten


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    Comments, bug reports and improvements are welcome at:

        Thorsten.Ohl@Physik.TH-Darmstadt.de
        (aka: ohl@crunch.ikp.physik.th-darmstadt.de)

    New versions can be found in:

        crunch.ikp.physik.th-darmstadt.de:/pub/ohl/emp

    or at CTAN:

        {ftp.tex.ac.uk,ftp.dante.de}:
          ... macros/latex/contrib/supported/emp

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NEWS for Version 0.01

    *  Created.

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WARNING:

    If LaTeX fails with `Unknown graphics extension: 3', you have a
    severely out-of-date graphics.sty file (LaTeX will have issued a
    warning in this case).  There has been a change to the user
    interface, which makes it very hard to support both versions.

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Files

Name Size Date Notes
COPYING 17976 1997-11-12 01:00:00
Makefile 4363 1997-11-12 01:00:00
README 1554 1997-11-12 01:00:00
emp.dtx 28403 1997-11-12 01:00:00
emp.ins 3169 1997-11-12 01:00:00
emp.pdf 141646 2008-05-31 02:28:00
empman.pdf 111798 2011-08-06 11:16:52

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emp – "En­cap­su­late" fig­ures in a doc­u­ment

Emp is a pack­age for en­cap­su­lat­ing fig­ures in LaTeX: the pack­age pro­vides en­vi­ron­ments where you can place com­mands, and means of us­ing that code as frag­ments for build­ing up fig­ures to in­clude in your doc­u­ment. So, with emp, the pro­ce­dure is to run your doc­u­ment with LaTeX, run , and then com­plete run­ning your doc­u­ment in the nor­mal way.

Emp is there­fore use­ful for keep­ing il­lus­tra­tions in syn­chrony with the text. It also frees you from in­vent­ing de­scrip­tive names for PostScript files that fit into the con­fines of file sys­tem con­ven­tions.

Doc­u­men­ta­tion
Li­censeGNU Gen­eral Public Li­cense
Copy­right1997 Thorsten Ohl
Main­tainerThorsten Ohl
Con­tained inTeXLive as emp
MiKTeX as emp
Topics graph­ics in­line for ex­ter­nal pro­cess­ing
See also METATeX
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