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New on CTAN: svg

Date: September 9, 2012 10:03:20 AM CEST
the daemon wrote: > The following information was provided by the package's contributor. > > Name of contribution: svg > Author's name: Philip Ilten > Package version: 1.0 > Location on CTAN: graphics/svg > Summary description: include and extract SVGs using Inkscape > License type: lppl > > Announcement text given by the package's contributor: > ---------------------------------------------------------------------- > This package provides a command similar to the > \includegraphics command of the graphicx package, but for > the inclusion of SVGs using Inkscape. > > \includesvg[<options>]{<svg filename>} > > A variety of options are available, including width, height, > and path of the SVG. Additionally, it is possible to extract > the SVG image to a PDF, EPS, or PNG, exactly as it is > rendered within the LaTeX document. Within the documentation > an example is given using an SVG created from the high > energy particle physics analysis package ROOT. thanks for the upload; i installed the package, and made a catalogue entry for it. it should be at all mirrors by now. > Users may view the package catalogue entry at > http://mirror.ctan.org/help/Catalogue/entries/svg.html > or they may browse the package directory at > http://mirror.ctan.org/graphics/svg/ Robin Fairbairns For the CTAN team

svg – Include and extract SVG pictures in documents

This bundle contains the two packages svg and svg-extract.

The svg package is intended for the automated integration of SVG graphics into documents. Therefore the capabilities provided by Inkscape — or more precisely its command line tool — are used to export the text within an SVG graphic to a separate file, which is then rendered by . For this purpose the two commands \includesvg and \includeinkscape are provided which are very similar to the \includegraphics command of the graphicx package.

In addition, the package svg-extract allows the extraction of these graphics into independent files in different graphic formats, exactly as it is rendered within the document, using either ImageMagick or Ghostscript.

Version2.02h 2020-06-23
Copyright2012–2016 Philip Ilten
2017–2020 Falk Hanisch
MaintainerFalk Hanisch
Philip Ilten (inactive)



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