MacToTeX Including Mac PostScript files in a (La)TeX document. You need to have Psfig installed to use this package!!! This package contains the following files: README ; this file cleanps.c ; C program to cleanup the Mac PS file lprep71.pro ; Neutered LaserPrep Version 71 file macbb.ps ; Mac System 7.0 PS file macclover.ps ; Mac System 7.0 PS file (the apple "clover") mactotex.tex ; LaTeX documentation mactotex.man ; man page documentation What you need in addition to this package: package: most liekly place to find it: TeX ymir.claremont.edu,labrea.stanford.edu Psfig whitechapel.media.mit.edu dvips labrea.stanford.edu Installation: 1) Compile cleanps: cc -o cleanps cleanps.c 2) Move cleanps to some standard bin directory (i.e. /usr/local/bin) 3) Move the lprep71.pro file to the same place you have the other lprep files (see the Psfig documentation). 4) Move the man page to where-ever you keep man pages 5) "LaTeX," print, and read the documentation (latex mactotex, etc): Note: This documentation is a test of the psfig procedures, so if it doesn't LaTeX and print correctly, something is wrong with your installation.
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mactotex – Convert "Macintosh PostScript" for use with TeX
The program cleans out all the irrelevant things that the MACOS applications used to add, and restructures so that the files can be “used with TeX”. The documentation talks about using psfig, but it doesn't seem likely that this is actually necessary, 15 years after the program was written.
|Copyright||1991 Adam S. Fedor|