MPStoEPS – A convertor from METAPOST output to Encapsulated PostScript
This Perl script converts a METAPOST output file (with file extension .mps) into a self-contained (with all fonts embedded) Encapsulated PostScript file. Although METAPOST graphics are meant to be included in a TeX document, there are reasons to have them stand alone, e.g. debugging the graphics during the development processes.
|License||The LaTeX Project Public License|
|Maintainer||Troy L. Henderson
prepare graphics for use with *TeX
Maybe you are interested in the following packages as well.
- exteps: Include EPS figures in METAPOST
- bpolynomial: Drawing polynomial functions of up to order 3
- mpattern: Patterns in METAPOST
- splines: METAPOST macros for drawing cubic spline interpolants