# [XeTeX] Including encapsulated Postscript files using xelatex

VAFA KHALIGHI vafa.khalighi at students.mq.edu.au
Tue Dec 16 03:53:29 CET 2008

Dear, Joe

There is no need to convert your .eps manually to something else. This is
the code that works perfect for me on Linux (running under TL08):

%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{graphicx}
\begin{document}
\includegraphics{flower.eps}
\end{document}
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%

I am indeed in love with XeTeX because it is so cool, besides that no
limitation on the kind of the graphics file that you want to use.

A big thanks to Jonathan Kew and Ross Moore

--
Life is not empty,
There is kindness, there is apple and there is faith

One day will come,
and to a mendicant I will endow a jasmine''

-- Sohrab Sepehri
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