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svg and svg-ex­tract – In­clude and ex­tract SVG pic­tures in doc­u­ments

Copy­right (C) Philip Il­ten <philten@cern.ch>, 2012-2016 Copy­right (C) Falk Hanisch <hanisch.la­tex@out­look.com>, 2017-

svg 2017/05/23 v2.00b


This ma­te­rial is sub­ject to the Project Public Li­cense ver­sion 1.3c or later. See http://www.la­tex-project.org/lppl.txt for de­tails.


Sum­mary

The svg pack­age is in­tended for the au­to­mated in­te­gra­tion of SVG graph­ics into doc­u­ments. There­for the ca­pa­bil­i­ties pro­vided by Inkscape—or more pre­cisely its com­mand line tool—are used to ex­port the text within a 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

Ver­sions

v2.00b (2017/05/23)

  • im­proved warn­ings, if pack­age svg is loaded by pack­age svg-ex­tract

v2.00a (2017/03/28)

  • Bug fix for check­ing stock- and me­di­a­sizes

v2.00 (2017/03/27)

  • New main­tainer: Falk Hanisch
  • Re-im­ple­men­ta­tion from scratch
  • func­tion­al­ity split in two pack­ages svg and svg-ex­tract
  • pack­age svg in­tended for in­clud­ing SVG files
  • pack­age svg-ex­tract for ex­tract­ing graphic files ren­dered with
  • svg-ex­tract: en­hanced sup­port for ImageMag­ick
  • svg-ex­tract: sup­port for Ghostscript added
  • pack­age sub­fig not re­quired any­more
  • sup­port of sub­fig­ures stopped due to the huge num­ber of pack­ages which deal with this topic and the large va­ri­ety of im­ple­ment­ing this func­tion­al­ity; nam­ing ex­ported graph­ics af­ter their con­sec­u­tive num­ber­ing can't be en­sured for all vari­ants of sub­fig­ures, so it's ne­glected

v1.0 (2016/10/10)

  • ini­tial ver­sion by Philip Il­ten

Down­load the con­tents of this pack­age in one zip archive (1.0M).

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.

Pack­agesvg
Home pagehttps://github.com/mr­piggi/svg
Bug trackerhttps://github.com/mr­piggi/svg/is­sues
Re­pos­i­toryhttps://github.com/mr­piggi/svg
Ver­sion2.00b 2017-05-23
Li­cense The Project Public Li­cense 1.3
Main­tainer Falk Hanisch
Philip Il­ten (in­ac­tive)
Con­tained inTeX Live as svg
MiKTeX as svg
Topics in­clude ex­ter­nal graph­ics
con­vert a for­eign graph­ics for­mat for use with
See also svg-inkscape
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