[texhax] Extract equations as EPS from larger doc?

tom sgouros tomfool at as220.org
Thu Jun 11 15:56:05 CEST 2009

The html converters latex2html and hyperlatex both do this, and you can
probably get something useful by peeking at their code (perl and
lisp, respectively).  Google will help you find them.


Philipp K. Janert <janert at ieee.org> wrote:

> For a (non-LaTeX) publishing project I will have to 
> provide equations as images.
> I would like to use LaTeX to set the equations and
> to generate the image files (as EPS).
> The main problem is the document management -
> it would be nice to be able to have a single LaTeX
> document, and ideally a clever tool that extracts
> equations as individual EPS files.
> Since this seems like a recurring problem, I wonder
> whether somebody knows of a LaTeX macro package
> or other tool that facilitiates this process. I looked on 
> CTAN, but did not find anything that seemed suitable.
> (I can do this manually, by placing each equation
> on a separate page and then operating with ps2eps,
> but I was wondering whether this problem has already
> been solved in a more general/convenient way.)
> Any suggestions?
> Best,
> 		Ph.
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