MMA2LTX is a program which allows to Mathematica user to
include the graphics produced by Mathematica in a LaTeX document
using own LaTeX fonts and symbols for labels.
To obtain the manual print the PostScript file ``mma2ltx.ps''
This archive contains the following files:
msdos/mma2ltx.exe Binary executable for MS/DOS
msdos/extpro.exe Binary executable for MS/DOS
amiga/mma2ltx Binary executable for the Amiga
amiga/extpro Binary executable for the Amiga
mma2ltx.c C source of mma2ltx
extpro.c C source of extpro
mmatext.sty LaTeX macros file
texmma22.lpro Mathematica v2.2 PostScript prologue file
texmma22.pro Squeezed version of `texmma22.lpro'
mmawhite.eps A PostScript file needed to mmatext.sty
Makefile Makefile for Unix
makefile.ami Makefile for the Amiga
makefile.msc Makefile for MS/DOS
doc/mma2ltx.dvi Documentation of mma2ltx (DVI form)
doc/mma2ltx.ps Documentation of mma2ltx (PostScript form at 300 dpi)
doc/mma2ltx6.ps Documentation of mma2ltx (PostScript form at 600 dpi)
doc/6mag.eps Mma2ltx EPSF file (needed to `mma2ltx.dvi')
doc/12mag.eps Mma2ltx EPSF file (needed to `mma2ltx.dvi')
doc/12mag_3d.eps Mma2ltx EPSF file (needed to `mma2ltx.dvi')
doc/optc.eps Mma2ltx EPSF file (needed to `mma2ltx.dvi')
doc/arrsamp.eps Mma2ltx EPSF file (needed to `mma2ltx.dvi')
doc/arrparm.1 Mma2ltx EPSF file (needed to `mma2ltx.dvi')
mysample.tex A sample file
mypic.ps A sample picture created by Mathematica
mypic.tex The file mypic.ps as processed by mma2ltx
mypic.eps The file mypic.ps as processed by mma2ltx
README This file.
MMA2LTX is SHAREWARE. If you find it useful (or continue using it longer
than a week) please consider paying a fee to the author (see section
4 [Distribution/Disclaimer] and 14 [Author info] of the documentation
for further info).
MMA2LTX is Copyright (C) 1994, 1995 by Giuseppe Ghibo`.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS" WITH NO EXPLICIT OR IMPLICIT
WARRANTY OF ANY KIND. YOU ARE USING IT AT YOUR OWN RISK.
THE AUTHOR DISCLAIMS ANY LIABILITY FOR DAMAGES, INCLUDING ANY DIRECT,
INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING
IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE
POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
This software may be freely distributed and copied as long as
the following conditions are acknowledged:
- All parts of the program and the documentation must be left intact
in any ways.
- The distribution of single parts is not allowed. The repacking of
this distribution with other packers/archivers is, however,
If you have some questions, suggestions, comments, bug report or enhancement
requests, please feel free to contact me at <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
- Added option -a to draw arrows on axes of a 2D graphic.
- Fixed a bug in the style mmatext.sty.
- Fixed a small bug which cause 'segmentation fault' under
- Use of perror() instead of strerror().
- Possibility to use newer prologue files from Mathematica.
- Added support for multiple -c options.
- Added option -e.
- Fixed a bug in the function strtolwr().
- Added support to obtain non-transfparent objects. Now ojects
(strings, pictures, ..., can be placed to overlap the background
graphic, i.e. as if they were dull.
- Added PostScript documentation for 600 printers.
- Added binary executable for the Amiga.
- First public release.
Download the contents of this package in one zip archive
mma2ltx – Use Mathematica graphics in a LaTeX document
The program allows the Mathematica user to include the graphics
produced by Mathematica in a LaTeX document using the LaTeX
document’s fonts and symbols for labels.
|License||Shareware: A fee is required|
|Copyright||1994,1995 Giuseppe Ghibo|
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