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Direc­tory macros/latex/contrib/pst-pdf



A pack­age to in­te­grate PostScript code into a PDF out­put. Load the test­files pst-pdf-ex­am­ple?.tex and run it with the shell script

ps4pdf pst-pdf-example.tex

It pro­duces the out­put file pst-pdf-ex­am­ple.pdf. Be sure that the script is ex­e­cutable.

pst-pdf.sty -> $TEXMF-LOCAL
ps4pdf      -> /usr/local/bin

Without a shell script, run

latex <file>
dvips -Ppdf -o <file>-pics.ps <file>.dvi
ps2pdf -dAutoRotatePages=/None <file>-pics.ps <file>-pics.pdf
pdflatex <file>

For bug re­ports: https://github.com/rolfn/pst-pdf/is­sues

Rolf Niepraschk, 2016-06-23

Down­load the con­tents of this pack­age in one zip archive (1.4M).

pst-pdf – Make PDF ver­sions of graph­ics by pro­cess­ing be­tween runs

The pack­age pst-pdf sim­pli­fies the use of graph­ics from PSTricks and other PostScript code in PDF doc­u­ments. As in build­ing a bib­li­og­ra­phy with BibTeX, ad­di­tional ex­ter­nal pro­grammes are in­voked. In this case they are used to cre­ate a PDF file (\PDF­con­tainer) that will con­tain all the graph­ics ma­te­rial. In the fi­nal doc­u­ment these con­tents will be in­serted in­stead of the orig­i­nal PostScript code.

The pack­age works with pstricks and re­quires a re­cent ver­sion of the pre­view pack­age.

Bug trackerhttps://github.com/rolfn/pst-pdf/is­sues
Ver­sion1.2d 2017-06-22
Li­cense The Project Public Li­cense 1.2
Copy­right2008–2017 Rolf Niepraschk
2004–2008 Rolf Niepraschk, Hu­bert Gäßlein
Main­tainer Hu­bert Gäßlein
Rolf Niepraschk
Con­tained inTeX Live as pst-pdf
MiKTeX as pst-pdf
Topics con­vert­ing graph­ics files from out­put or (E)PS to em­bed­dable PDF
See also pdftricks
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