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TRANSFIG(1)									      TRANSFIG(1)

NAME
       transfig - creates a makefile for portable LaTeX figures

SYNOPSIS
       transfig  [  -L	language  ] [ -M makefile ] [ -T texfile ] [ -I macrofile ] [ -V ] [ con-
       trol_specs figfile ... ]

DESCRIPTION
       Transfig creates a makefile to translate figures described in Fig code or PIC into a spec-
       ified  LaTeX  graphics language.  PIC files are identified by the suffix ".pic"; Fig files
       can be specified either with or without the suffix ".fig" .  Transfig also creates  a  TeX
       macro file appropriate to the target language.

OPTIONS
       The  language specifier must be one of box, cgm, eepic, eepicemu, emf, epic, eps, ge, gif,
       ibmgl, jpeg, latex, map, mf, mmp, mp, pcx, pdf, pdftex, pdftex_t, pic, pictex,  png,  ppm,
       ps, psfig, pstex, pstex_t, ptk, sld, textyl, tiff, tk, tpic, xbm, xpm or null.  The speci-
       fier psfig is like the ps specifier, except that it make use of the psfig  macro  package.
       The  specifier  pstex  is like psfig, except that it uses LaTeX to process formatted (spe-
       cial) text.  The specifier null results in the figures being replaced by  empty	boxes  of
       the appropriate size.  If no language is specified, epic is the default.

       The  names  of the makefile and TeX macro file can be set with the -M and -T options.  The
       default names are "Makefile" and "transfig.tex", respectively.  If  there  is  already  an
       existing  makefile  in  the  directory,	transfig first renames it to makefile~.  The same
       holds for any existing TeX macro file.  If the -I option is specified, then a  command  to
       read  in  macrofile  is	    inserted into the TeX macro file.  If the -V option is speci-
       fied, the program version number is printed only.

       Control specifiers are

       -m mag set the magnification at which the figure is rendered (default 1.0).

       -f font
	      set the default font family used for text objects (default "rm").

       -s fontsize
	      set the default font size (in points) for text objects (default 11*mag).

       -o option
	      pass the specified option string through to fig2dev.

       If there is no scaling, the default font is an eleven point roman font.	Language and con-
       trol  specifiers  may  occur  more  than  once; they affect the translation of files which
       appear to their right in the argument list.  If no files are specified,	then  "*.fig"  is
       assumed.

SEE ALSO
       fig(l), fig2dev(l), pic(l), pic2fig(l), xfig(l)

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright (C) 1985 Supoj Sutantavibul
       Copyright (C) 1991 Micah Beck
       Parts Copyright (C) 1991-2002 Brian Smith

       THE  AUTHORS  DISCLAIM  ALL WARRANTIES WITH REGARD TO THIS SOFTWARE, INCLUDING ALL IMPLIED
       WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS, IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY
       SPECIAL,  INDIRECT  OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER RESULTING FROM LOSS
       OF USE, DATA OR PROFITS, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE  OR  OTHER  TORTIOUS
       ACTION, ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THIS SOFTWARE.

       Any  party  obtaining  a  copy of these files is granted, free of charge, a full and unre-
       stricted irrevocable, world-wide, paid up, royalty-free, nonexclusive right and license to
       deal  in this software and documentation files (the "Software"), including without limita-
       tion the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or  sell
       copies of the Software, and to permit persons who receive copies from any such party to do
       so, with the only requirement being that this copyright notice remain intact.

AUTHOR
       Micah Beck

				   Version 3.2.4 November 2002			      TRANSFIG(1)
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