NAME psrip - extracts images from postscript-files SYNOPSIS psrip [-d *dir*] *psfile(s)* extract images in *psfile(s)* into current directory or *dir* if given. Examples psrip foil.ps Extract images from foil.ps into current directory. psrip -d images foil1.ps foil2.ps TeX/*.ps Extract images of these ps-files into directory *images*. DESCRIPTION The script saves the lines between *'%%BeginDocument: name'* and *'%%EndDocument'* to a new file named *dir/name*. BUGS If there is no 'BoundingBox' specified in the extracted image you have to insert it by hand. E.g. for DIN-a4 size: %%BoundingBox: 0 0 596 842 AUTHOR Christian Lackas <email@example.com>, 10 December 1999. This tool is dedicated to Nikolay 'Snake' Sturm. Thanks to Rolf Niepraschk for his help in publishing an bug reporting. LICENSE This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
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psrip – Extract images from PostScript files
A Perl-script to extract images from PostScript files. The images are saved into the current directory if no other directory is given with the -d parameter. If there is no BoundingBox specified in the extracted image you have to insert it by hand.
|License||GNU General Public License|
manipulate Postscript files|
prepare graphics for use with *TeX