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Direc­tory macros/latex/contrib/psfragx

To install psfragx, you only need psfragx.dtx. 
More instructions can be found at the beginning of psfragx.dtx.

Examples are provided into the Example directory.

The documentation, package file, configuration file and output of the example
can be found into the Pre-Compiled-Files directory. Some of these files are 
compressed using gzip.

Down­load the con­tents of this pack­age in one zip archive (451.3k).

ps­fragx – A ps­frag eXten­sion

PSfragX of­fers a mech­a­nism to em­bed \ps­frag com­mands, as pro­vided by the ps­frag pack­age, into the EPS file it­self. Each time a graphic is in­cluded, the EPS file is scanned. If some tagged lines are found, they are used to de­fine the ps­frag re­place­ments that should be per­formed au­to­mat­i­cally. In ad­di­tion, a sim­i­lar mech­a­nism holds for over­pic ob­jects. Th­ese are pic­ture ob­jects su­per­im­posed on the in­cluded graphic.

A sim­i­lar mech­a­nism is im­ple­mented in ps­frag it­self (but dep­re­cated in the doc­u­men­ta­tion), but ps­fragx of­fers much more flex­i­bil­ity. For ex­am­ple, if ba­bel is used, it is pos­si­ble to de­fine dif­fer­ent re­place­ments cor­re­spond­ing to dif­fer­ent lan­guages. The re­place­ments to take into ac­count will be se­lected on the ba­sis of the cur­rent lan­guage of the doc­u­ment.

A Mat­lab script (LaPrint) is pro­vided, to ex­port an EPS file with ps­fragx an­no­ta­tions ready em­bed­ded.

Li­cense The Project Public Li­cense
Copy­right2003–2012 Pas­cal Kock­aert
Main­tainer Pas­cal Kock­aert
Con­tained inTeX Live as ps­fragx
MiKTeX as ps­fragx
Topics text within graph­ics (drawn or over­laid)
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