_________________ The mpgraphics package v0.3 mpgraphics allows users to typeset metapost inline and display figures in their LaTeX documents with only and only one run of LaTeX, or PDFLaTeX, or XelaTeX (no separate runs of mpost). mpgraphics achieves this by using shell scape or write 18 feature so the whole process is automatic and the end user do not need to carry out the long process. If you want to report any bugs or typos and corrections in the documentation, or ask for any new features, or suggest any improvements, or ask any questions about the package, then please do not send any direct emails to us; we will not answer any direct emails. Instead please use the issue tracker: <https://github.com/persian-tex/mpgraphics/issues> In doing so, please always explain your issue well enough, always include a minimal working examples showing the issue, and always choose the appropriate label for your query (i.e. if you are reporting any bugs, choose `bug' label). Current version release date: 2013/04/04 ______________ Persian TeX Group email@example.com Copyright © 2011-2013 Distributed under the LaTeX Project Public License It may be distributed and/or modified under the LaTeX Project Public License, version 1.3c or higher (your choice). The latest version of this license is at: http://www.latex-project.org/lppl.txt This work is “maintained” (as per LPPL maintenance status) by Persian TeX Group.
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mpgraphics – Process and display METAPOST figures inline
The package allows LaTeX users to typeset METAPOST code inline and display figures in their documents with only and only one run of LaTeX, pdfLaTeX or XeLaTeX (no separate runs of mpost).
Mpgraphics achieves this by using the shell escape (\write 18) feature of current TeX distributions, so that the whole process is automatic and the end user is saved the tiresome processing.
|License||The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3|
|Copyright||2011–2013 Persian TeX Group|
Zal Mehran (inactive)
|Contained in||TeX Live as mpgraphics|
|MiKTeX as mpgraphics|
graphics inline for external processing|