Projects / fig2pstricks


fig2pstricks is a command-line driven application to convert a fig (or xfig) version 3.2 file to PSTricks codes. It is especially useful to convert graphics created by R's xfig() device, but it can be used with any fig files. When used together with LaTeX, dvips, ps2pdf, and Prosper, it can also create a PDF slide show with great ease.

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Recent releases

  •  21 Jan 2013 03:26

    Release Notes: A bug related to text handling has been fixed.

    •  21 Feb 2009 18:12

      Release Notes: The "-12" and "-11" options were added. They insert "12pt" and "11pt" respectively to the document option. A "configure" script was added, but it only shows you a help message. Now you can use "make install". fig2epspdf was cleaned up a little. The version number was fixed. An MSDOS binary is not provided anymore. You can easily build yours using MinGW.

      •  15 Feb 2009 15:49

        Release Notes: A bug regarding wrong vertical text alignment was fixed. fig2epspdf script was added.

        •  08 Aug 2007 11:44

          Release Notes: A option is now included to add \thispagestyle{empty} at the end of the output.

          •  14 Sep 2005 11:43

            Release Notes: Texts (ASCII code 2-255) are well converted now. The new "--latex-symbols" command line option is added to automatically handle special characters. The depths of "compound" objects are reasonably handled.


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