tex2pdf 3.2a

tex2pdf is a bash shell script that generates a PDF document from LaTeX or LyX document.
tex2pdf is a bash shell script that generates a PDF document from LaTeX or LyX document.

Currently tex2pdf is able to handle automatically the following graphic formats:

eps/ps: tex2pdf converts eps or ps files to pdf file using eps2pdf
eps.gz/ps.gz: gzipped eps/ps files are extracted first
pstex: tex2pdf converts combined ps/latex files to pdf files
metapost files can be included using includegraphics or convertMPtoPDF and tex2pdf takes them into account. In fact the metapost files are managed by pdflatex. xfig 3.2 patchlevel 3d or newer exports metapost files
multimetapost files: when the resulting pdf file is postprocessed by ppower this format allows the incremental presentation of graphic information. xfig 3.2 patchlevel 3d or newer exports multimetapost files
bitmap graphics (jpg/png/tif): jpg, png and tif files with the same ibase name are recognized and prevent the eps convertation to pdf. Pdftex can handle bitmaps itself and the result is better this way.

What's New in This Release:

many bugfixes
support for bibtopics and bibunits
initial support for psfrag stuff
proper handling of multiple line tags,
proper handling of (nested) curly brackets
recognition of escaped curly brackets
support for graphics with dots in their filename
support for graphicspath tags besides input@path tag
inital support for pstricks

last updated on:
October 4th, 2005, 7:05 GMT
price:
FREE!
homepage:
tex2pdf.berlios.de
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
developed by:
Steffen Evers and Oscar Lopez
category:
ROOT \ Utilities
tex2pdf
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