[OS X TeX] generating eps files

Kannan Moudgalya kannan at iitb.ac.in
Wed Jun 9 17:12:43 CEST 2004

> i-Installer (IIRC epstopdf is part of the TeX packages, but requires
> the ghostscript package to be present). Again IIRC the symptoms you see
> are known issues in older versions of ghostscript. Of course the eps
> may be borked to begin with (or simply draw outside the given bounding
> box).

Thanks.  Come to think of it, I am probably taking a round-about route:  I
would create tex and figure files using xfig.  I would compile and do
"dvips -E" to produce eps file.  I would then do epstopdf to produce pdf
file.  I assume that it is possible to produce a pdf file directly from
tex and figure files.  But I don't know how to specify the bounding box to
the figure.  If I use the default pdf option, I get a complete page with a
lot of space around the figure.

> As for embedding latex fonts in figures: I wouldn't trust the results
> if tex isn't involved at some point.

gnuplot also creates a tex file.
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