[metapost] Previewing an SVG generated by METAPOST
will.adams at frycomm.com
Fri May 10 14:49:49 CEST 2019
Dirk Laurie mentioned
in a private e-mail, which unfortunately doesn't work on Windows.
But searching for an alternative to that lead me to:
which seems to work quite well.
On Thu, May 9, 2019 at 3:12 PM William Adams <will.adams at frycomm.com> wrote:
> With v1.8, METAPOST allows one to create an SVG --- unfortunately, there
> aren't any TeX / code editors which have SVG previewers as far as I can
> but it seems to be broken in Windows 10 --- one has to switch to its
> window and press F5 --- is there an updated version of this program, or
> some other easy way to preview an SVG?
> An application with nice tools for this would be welcome.
> BTW, the file:
> outputtemplate := "%j-%c.svg"; prologues := 3; outputformat := "svg";
> beginfig(1); z0 = (0,0); z1 = (60,40); z2 = (40,90); z3 = (10,70); z4 = (
> 30,45); draw z0..z1..z2..z3--z4--cycle endfig; end
> is clipped at the top --- should it be?
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