To install psfragx, you only need psfragx.dtx. More instructions can be found at the beginning of psfragx.dtx. Examples are provided into the Example directory. The documentation, package file, configuration file and output of the example can be found into the Pre-Compiled-Files directory. Some of these files are compressed using gzip.
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psfragx – A psfrag eXtension
PSfragX offers a mechanism to embed \psfrag commands, as
provided by the psfrag package, into
the EPS file itself. Each time a graphic is included, the EPS
file is scanned. If some tagged lines are found, they are used
to define the psfrag replacements that should be performed
automatically. In addition, a similar mechanism holds for
overpic objects. These are picture
objects superimposed on the included graphic.
A similar mechanism is implemented in psfrag itself (but deprecated in the documentation), but psfragx offers much more flexibility. For example, if babel is used, it is possible to define different replacements corresponding to different languages. The replacements to take into account will be selected on the basis of the current language of the document.
A Matlab script (LaPrint) is provided, to export an EPS file with psfragx annotations ready embedded.
|License||The LaTeX Project Public License|
|Copyright||2003-2012 Pascal Kockaert|
|Contained in||TeXLive as psfragx|
|MiKTeX as psfragx|
text within graphics (drawn or overlaid)|