svg – Include and extract SVG pictures in LaTeX documents
This bundle contains the two packages svg and svg-extract.
The svg package is intended for the automated integration of SVG graphics into LaTeX 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 LaTeX. 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 LaTeX document, using either ImageMagick or Ghostscript.
The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3
|Maintainer||Philip Ilten (inactive)
|Contained in||TeX Live as svg|
|MiKTeX as svg|
convert a foreign graphics format for use with TeX
include external graphics
Download the contents of this package in one zip archive (1.0M).
Maybe you are interested in the following packages as well.
- svg-inkscape: How to include an SVG image in LaTeX using Inkscape
- asypictureb: User-friendly integration of Asymptote into LaTeX
- epsf: Simple macros for EPS inclusion
- epsfig: Include Encapsulated PostScript in LaTeX documents