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Manual Reference Pages  -  EQE (1)

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NAME

eqe: GUI image generator from LaTeX input

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS



 eqe

 eqe --help



DESCRIPTION

eqe is a graphical tool to generate an image from LaTeX input. It will save images to any format supported by ImagMagick. It supports drag and drop to other applications in various ways.

OpenOffice Impress 1.x accepts drag and drop from eqe, but links to eqe’s temporary file. To include the image inside the presentation, in OOImpress, use Edit -> Links... -> Break link. OpenOffice 2.x works fine without this workaround.

Inside eqe, click the image to regenerate it. You can also use Shift-Return, and the Enter key on the keypad.

It relies on eqedit to do the actual image generation.

OPTIONS

--help Displays the list of command line options.
--version Displays the current version of eqe.
--verbose Displays messages about what eqe is doing.
--latex-template=<file> [template.tt.tex] LaTeX template to use. eqedit searches for the template (by default, template.tt.tex) in $HOME/.eqe/, /usr/local/share/eqe/, /usr/share/eqe/. If it cannot be found, it uses a builtin template. You may specify just a name (searched for in the search path), or an absolute or relative path to the template to be used. The template is in a format described in perldoc Template::Manual::Syntax (ie, the Template Toolkit syntax).
--eqedit=<eqedit executable> [eqedit] Specifies the name of the eqedit binary used to generate images from LaTeX input (eqedit is distributed with eqe). Can be an absolute path, or just a name (eqe will search for it in the PATH).
--keep-temp [off] Whether to keep temporary files. Together with --verbose, useful for debugging.

AUTHOR

Ronan Le Hy <rlehy@free.fr>

SEE ALSO

eqedit, ImageMagick
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