[OS X TeX] rtf2rtf2latex2e

Alain Schremmer Schremmer.Alain at verizon.net
Sun May 2 01:40:04 EDT 2004

(1) Thanks an enormous lot.
(2) It actually worked.
(3) I had seen the mention of a terminal but had no idea what it was nor 
that there was one on Panther. /Where could I learn about what it tells 
For instance, about half of the picts were translated into eps and for 
the other ones, it said

    Calling ImageMagick to convert figure to EPS...
    convert: Unexpected end-of-file (/Users/alainschremmer/Desktop/10
    * Figure conversion to EPS failed! Is ImageMagick installed?

TeXshop's console said there was an error on the boldfaced line

    * \includegraphics[width=4.250in,
    \caption{v1-5-4-Part2Fig1.pict about here.}

Thanks again

Adam Maxwell wrote:

> Alain,
> On 1 May, 2004, at 19:05, Alain Schremmer wrote:
>> 2004/01/28:
>>    . Recompile with gcc2 on Mac OS X 10.3.2
> That is interesting, since gcc3.3 is standard on Panther, but it 
> should work fine.
>> (1) the ancient version was a standalone, xxx UNIX was the icon as I 
>> recall it, but I can't find any trace anywhere on my hard disk of 
>> what Gerben Wierda's i-installer installed.
> You're looking in the wrong places :).  This version is a command-line 
> program to be run from the Terminal, and it takes the name of your 
> input file as an argument.
> To use it, open /Applications/Utilities/Terminal, and type 
> 'rtf2latex2e' (no quotes) at the prompt, hit space, then drag your rtf 
> file onto Terminal and hit return.  It should produce .tex file in the 
> same location as your original rtf file.
> hth,
> Adam
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