From: Peter Fischer <Peter.F<ischer@ii...> - 2006-08-14 11:58:57
Thank you for your reply. I solved my problem temporarily by hand (using =
Now I asked me about the other way: svg to ps/eps/ps? Export in Inkscape
works but transparency is lost and svg2pdf is rastering the image.
Could you (or anyone from the list) tell me a tool which can convert
directly svg to one of the postscript formats (without rastering,
maintaining the vector information), ideally under windows or linux?
I need it for LaTeX.
Von: Ulf Erikson [mailto:ulferikson@...]=20
Gesendet: Freitag, 11. August 2006 14:50
An: Peter Fischer
Betreff: Extensions under Windows (was: eps import?)
Peter Fischer wrote:
> under Windows XP. The extension-errors.log says for "EPS Input" that =
> is not found.
There is usually no "gs" to be find in the path under Windows, you
have "gswin32.exe". Try change share/extensions/eps_input.inx to
reflect this. It looks like you will need "pstoedit" and "skconvert"
too, and there is even a shell script used (try change "sk2svg.sh"
into "sh sk2svg.sh"?).
Many of the other external input/output extensions seem to be equally
flawed. It doesn't look like installing the extra software and put it
in the path is enough to enable extensions under Windows.
What is the best way to fix this? Always use double .inx files? (Like
the old pdf_output_on_win32.inx which also uses a .bat instead of the
.sh). Or maybe use perl or python instead of shell scripts? What
about the different dependencies? (gs vs. gswin32.exe)
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