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What's new in pstoedit 3.70:
- some code improvements as suggested by Coverity. See current Coverity status here: https://scan.coverity.com/projects/498
- removed the -DBUGGYGPP compile flag since now g++ can compile the code without it. The former work-arounds are still there but will be removed later.
- enabled more warnings when compiling with g++ and fixed some resulting warnings.
- changed the autoconf part to better support the inclusion of libzip for the pptx driver.
- LICENSE TYPE:
- GPL (GNU General Public License)
- OUR RATING:
- DEVELOPED BY:
- Wolfgang Glunz
- USER RATING:
- ROOT \ Multimedia \ Graphics
Supports a wide range of file formats
The application is quite simple, but it supports a wide range of file formats, including Mathematica, Tgif .obj format, Java 1 or Java 2 applets, .fig format for Xfig, RPL (Real3D), gnuplot, Flattened PostScript (with or without Bezier curves), RIB (RenderMan), DXF (CAD exchange format), Tcl/Tk, OS/2 meta files, PPTX format for PowerPoint and LaTeX2e picture.
In addition, the LWO (LightWave 3D), Idraw format, HPGL, Windows Meta Files (WMF), PIC format for groff and troff, AI (Adobe Illustrator), Kontour, VTK format for ParaView, SWF, MetaPost format for LaTeX and TeX, Enhanced Windows Meta Files (EMF), Skencil, CNC G code, GNU Metafile (libplot and plotutils) and PDF (Adobe's Portable Document Format).
Supports additional file formats through plugins
The software supports additional file formats, including MIF (Maker Intermediate Format), SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics), CGM (Computer Graphics Metafile), enhanced EMF (Windows Meta Files) and RTF (Rich Text Format) through plugins.
It’s a multi-platform application written in C++
pstoedit is a multi-platform application that has been written entirely in the C++ programming language. It runs on GNU/Linux and Microsoft Windows operating systems, supporting both 32-bit and 64-bit instruction set architectures.
Availability and system requirements
On GNU/Linux, the program is available for download as source archive, which means that the user must configure and compile it prior to installation. It can also be easily installed from the default software repositories of your Linux distribution. Keep in mind though, that the GhostScript package it required for the application to work properly.
pstoedit was reviewed by Marius Nestor, last updated on January 2nd, 2015