[tex-k] About spaces in file names
olaf at infovore.xs4all.nl
Sat Apr 23 15:41:52 CEST 2005
Heiko Oberdiek writes:
> BUT 1: LaTeX's graphics package wants to check whether the
> graphics file is present. And it has to do this check, if
> the file name extension is not given and the graphics packages
> must look for the correct and present one.
> The check is done by \openin that doesn't allow spaces.
> BUT 2: In the case of PostScript files the graphics packages
> reads them to get the BoundingBox. This fails again because
> of \openin.
As far as I can tell, something like
\openin 2 "st ry"
works. What exactly do you mean when you say \openin doesn't allow
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