ImageMagick convert -- a required bundle to handle EPS on Windows and OSX?
V Stuart Foote
VStuart.Foote at utsa.edu
Sun Apr 27 10:07:18 PDT 2014
So, poking around on this in Bugzilla and OpenGrok, seems there is no
"native" handling of EPS in LibreOffice, and the filters (input & output)
are a mess.
There has been a call for built-in EPS rendering as fdo#67464
<https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=67464> as an enhancement.
Unfortunately for Windows use, until such an enhancement is implemented,
there are three helper programs that ieps.cxx can call on Windows.
GhostScript -- gswin32c.exe (
ImageMagick -- convert.exe (
pstoedit -- pstoedit.exe (
The pstoedit command is used for the RenderAsEMF calls, and either gswin32c
or convert is used for conversion to bitmaps with the RenderAsBMP calls--not
clear to me which is used where in the import and to make previews.
So the question becomes which of these should be installed, and are there
any best metohds for doing so? And also what documentation/guidance on
their use in LibreOffice (or AOO or legacy OOo) is available?
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