pic-language converter to LaTeX-compatible and other formats


dpic accepts a tight subset of the pic drawing language accepted by GNU pic (sometimes named gpic) or AT&T pic, and emits lower-level drawing commands for insertion into LaTeX documents, for processing by the xfig or Inkscape drawing tools, or for direct display as encapsulated Postscript, PDF, or SVG. LaTeX-compatible output can contain arbitrary text for formatting. Commands to be passed through to the postprocessor (PSTricks, Tikz-pgf, etc.) can be included.

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