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CTAN update: dvisvgm

Date: August 3, 2009 12:50:27 PM CEST
the dante upload daemon also says: Name of contribution: dvisvgm Version number: 0.8.1 Author's name: Martin Gieseking Location on CTAN: /dviware/dvisvgm Summary description: release of dvisvgm 0.8.1 License type: gpl Announcement text: ---------------------------------------------------------------------- dvisvgm is a command-line utility that converts DVI files to SVG. The latest release fixes a bounding box computation bug and corrects some issues related to x64 systems. Additionally, parameters of the psfile special are now evaluated more completely. For further information including a list of recent changes and pre-compiled binaries for Windows/MiKTeX see the project page http://dvisvgm.sourceforge.net. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- This package is located at http://mirror.ctan.org/dviware/dvisvgm . More information is at http://tug.ctan.org/info/?id=dvisvgm (if the package is new it may take a day for that information to appear). i've installed the new version and updated the catalogue repository. (the slight changes to the catalogue will appear overnight.) Robin Fairbairns For the CTAN team

dvisvgm – Convert DVI, EPS, and PDF files to Scalable Vector Graphics format (SVG)

Dvisvgm is a command line utility that converts DVI as well as EPS and PDF files to the XML-based Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) format. It provides full font support including virtual fonts, font maps, and sub-fonts. If necessary, dvisvgm vectorizes ’s bitmap output in order to always create lossless scalable output. The embedded SVG fonts can optionally be replaced with graphics paths so that applications that do not support SVG fonts are enabled to render the graphics properly. Besides many other features, dvisvgm also supports color, em, tpic, papersize, PDF mapfile and PostScript specials. Users will need a working installation including the kpathsea library.

For more detailed information, see the project page.

Copyright2005–2023 Martin Gieseking
MaintainerMartin Gieseking



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