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The pstool package

A package like pst-pdf for processing PostScript graphics with psfrag labels within pdfLaTeX documents. The difference with this package is that every graphic is compiled individually in a separate process, drastically speeding up compilation time when only a single figure needs re-processing.

Please see the PDF documentation for further information.

An example and a testsuite is available in the source repository for the package: https://github.com/wspr/pstool

  • Copyright 2008–2014 Zebb Prime
  • Copyright 2008–2018 Will Robertson

License

This work may be distributed and/or modified under the conditions of the LaTeX Project Public License, either version 1.3c or (at your option) any later version. The latest version of this license is in: http://www.latex-project.org/lppl.txt

This work has the LPPL maintenance status `maintained'.

The Current Maintainer of this work is Will Robertson.

Change history

  • v1.5e, Jan 2018:

    • New package option crossref=false to disable cross-referencing support.
  • v1.5d, Oct 2017:

    • Use shellesc package for write18 in LuaTeX.
  • v1.5c:

    • Documentation update; some minor cosmetic code changes.
  • v1.5b:

    • Fix conflict with beamer, which resets the catcode of @ with \begin{document}.
  • v1.5a, March 2013:

    • Fix bug introduced in last version in which plain LaTeX compilation (producing DVI) produced erroneous output above each figure.
  • v1.5, February 2013:

    • Fix =/# mixup in Windows ps2pdf options.
    • Check the .tex file for newness when regenerating figures.
    • Add [macro-file=...] for a global file to retrieve psfrag macros (default is "\jobname-pstool.tex"). Thanks to Heinrich Kruger for suggestions for the above.
    • Cross-references and citations within external graphics are now supported.
  • v1.4, November 2010:

    • More robust parsing of the main input file to read in the preamble. Therefore, \EndPreamble is now required much less often.
    • Apparently unreleased to CTAN, oops :)
  • v1.3, July 2009:

    • [bitmap] option to control compression of bitmap graphics,
    • Package options may now be set anywhere with \pstoolsetup{},
    • localised pstool options can be set per-graphic.