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Re: More graphics questions
The use of graphic will be depreciated with DocBook 5.0, plus it doesn't
allow for the use of an alt tag for lack of a better term.
I'm also starting a H-H section called "DocBook Tips and Tricks" to cover
some of these funky features.
Use this as an example:
<imagedata fileref="figures/eiffeltower.eps" format="eps">
<imagedata fileref="figures/eiffeltower.gif" format="gif">
<phrase>The Eiffel Tower</phrase>
<para>Designed by Gustave Eiffel in 1889, The Eiffel Tower is one of
the most widely recognized buildings in the world.
I have been having some trouble getting db2pdf to work, but somehow by hand
I could generate TeX then PS, then PDF. This was late in the evening,
so I'll look at it some more tomorrow.
Bill Brooks wrote:
> On Thu, 1 Jun 2000, Poet/Joshua Drake wrote:
> > On Thu, 1 Jun 2000, Mark Komarinski wrote:
> > <CITE>I've spent the afternoon trying to make TeX/DVI/PDF output from
> > <CITE>my HOWTO-HOWTO only to find I should be using .eps files instead
> > <CITE>of .jpg for TeX/DVI/PDF output. Which leads me to the question:
> > [...rest deleted...]
> On a related note, is there an example document in docbook format in the
> LDP repository that has screenshots or any other graphic figure in .eps or
> .jpg format? In preparing my guide, I'm using the comand-line DocBook
> tools from http://sourceware.cygnus.com/docbook-tools and I can't get
> them to produce a .pdf file from my docbook sources that include a .eps
> file in the following manner:
> <FIGURE ID="screen01-fig" FLOAT="1">
> <TITLE>This is what the screen looks like</TITLE>
> <GRAPHIC FILEREF="images/screen01" SCALE="60"></GRAPHIC>
> ...when I attempt to produce a .pdf file from with "db2pdf foo.sgml" I get
> the following:
> LaTeX Error: Unknown graphics extension: .eps.
> ..even though there is a file called screen01.eps in the "images"
> subdirectory. No image shows up in the resulting .pdf file. What gives?
> Can someone point me at an existing DocBook project that has graphics in
> it (as well as the graphic files) that compiles to a .pdf successfully? Or
> do the jadetex-based .pdf file generation tools from cygnus just not work
> with images in the .sgml file?
> Thanks in advance.
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