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Direc­tory tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/epspdfconversion

epspdfconversion.sty facilitates the use of the epspdf tools (on CTAN in
pub/tex/support) from within PDFLaTeX. EPS graphic files are converted
"on the fly". It is similar to and based on the epstopdf package and
allows to pass several options such as grayscale, prepress, pdfversion
etc. to the epspdf conversion-command. Can also be used to trigger a
conversion of PDF- and PS-files.

New in version 0.61:

* new options pdftopdf and pstopdf. Uses epspdf to do pdf-to-pdf and
  ps-to-pdf conversions. Allows grayscaling, calculation of bounding boxes
  etc for pdf's that already exist an for .ps-files. Disabled by default.

* bugfix for the outdir-option (converted files in subdirectories are
  again saved in those subdirectories) (Thanks to Stefan Pofahl for the
  feedback.) 

* small improvement of the documentation (on the windows
  epspdf.bat file, on epstopdf's option 'outdir') 

* now uses epstopdf's \epstopdfDeclareGraphicsRule


This material is subject to the LaTeX Project Public License in its most
recent version.

Direc­to­ries

Name Notes
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Files

Name Size Date Notes
README 1035 2010-06-01 16:42
epspdfconversion.pdf 430019 2010-06-02 09:58
epspdfconversion.sty 10251 2010-06-01 23:46

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ep­spdf­con­ver­sion – On-the-fly con­ver­sion of EPS to PDF

The pack­age calls the ep­stopdf pack­age to con­vert EPS graph­ics to PDF, on the fly. It servs as a ve­hi­cle for pass­ing con­ver­sion op­tions (such as grayscale, pre­press or pdfver­sion) to the ep­spdf con­verter.

Pack­age De­tailsep­spdf­con­ver­sion
Ver­sion0.61
Li­censeThe LaTeX Project Public Li­cense
Main­tainerDaniel Becker
Con­tained inTeXlive as ep­spdf­con­ver­sion
MikTeX as ep­spdf­con­ver­sion
Topics con­vert­ing graph­ics files from out­put or (E)PS to em­bed­dable PDF
call ex­ter­nal code and pro­cess the re­sult
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