[texworks] \includegraphics prlem with xelatex on Mac Ox
bvoisin at me.com
Fri Jul 9 18:57:56 CEST 2010
Le 9 juil. 2010 à 17:49, Kaushik Sinha a écrit :
> I figured out the out the problem. It seems on-the-fly conversion of
> EPS files to PDFs is not supported on TexLive 2009. So if I open
> the eps file save it as pdf and then include this pdf file to my latex
> document using includegraphics then xelatex works fine on mac.
> I have been told that on the fly conversion of EPS to PDF will be
> supported in TexLive 2010.
> Waiting to get that one :-)
Regarding on-the-fly conversion, you've got to activate shell-escape to allow pdfLaTeX to run shell commands. See Preferences > Typesetting > Processing tools, select pdfLaTeX and press the Edit button, then make sure there's a
line in the Arguments.
However, that's for pdfLaTeX only. XeLaTeX as of TeX Live 2010 allows this by default I think, and in any case I'm not even sure this is necessary: in the log file for the XeLaTeX run in my first message in this thread, there was no indication of on-the-fly conversion
File: new_picture.eps Graphic file (type eps)
as opposed to the log file for a pdfLaTeX run
Package epstopdf Info: Source file: <new_picture.eps>
(epstopdf) date: 2010-07-09 09:46:12
(epstopdf) size: 95071 bytes
(epstopdf) Output file: <new_picture-eps-converted-to.pdf>
(epstopdf) date: 2010-07-09 18:52:17
(epstopdf) size: 73678 bytes
(epstopdf) Command: <repstopdf --outfile=new_picture-eps-converted-
(epstopdf) \includegraphics on input line 8.
Package epstopdf Info: Output file is already uptodate.
<new_picture-eps-converted-to.pdf, id=1, 963.6pt x 722.7pt>
File: new_picture-eps-converted-to.pdf Graphic file (type pdf)
If XeLaTeX in TeX Live 2009 doesn't have shell-escape on by default and it is indeed required for including EPS file, then all you need to do is add the option
(notice the single hyphen at the beginning instead of the double hyphen for pdfLaTeX) in the arguments of the XeLaTeX processing tool.
Hope this works,
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