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EUKTOEPS(1)		       Eukleides Manual			   EUKTOEPS(1)

NAME
       euktoeps	- Eukleides to Encapsulated PostScript converter

SYNOPSIS
       euktoeps	[OPTION...] FILE

DESCRIPTION
       Eukleides  is a computer	language devoted to elementary plane geometry.
       It aims to be a fairly comprehensive system to  create  geometric  fig-
       ures, either static or dynamic.	It allows to handle geometric types of
       data like points, vectors, lines, circles, or conics.

       The euktoeps script is useful to	convert	Eukleides scripts into	Encap-
       sulated	PostScript figures.  It	runs the euktopst(1) interpreter, then
       adds appropriate	preamble and ending to the resulting code,  last  runs
       latex(1)	and dvips(1).  Hence, it is an alternative to the eukleides(1)
       program when mathematics	typesetting is required.

OPTIONS
       -i, --include=STRING
	      Include LaTeX directives in preamble.

       -l, --locale[=LANG]
	      Use localized keywords.  With no argument	given, the current lo-
	      cale is set to the value of the LANG environment variable.  Oth-
	      erwise LANG has to be a valid locale identifier, e.g. 'fr_FR' or
	      'fr_FR.utf8',  depending	on  the	default	charmap.  This feature
	      may be disabled.

       -#, --interactive=STRING
	      Modify interactive variables.

       -d, --data=DATAFILE
	      Use DATAFILE for input.  This option is essential	when using in-
	      put functions, since euktopst(1) is run in batch mode.

       -v, --version
	      Print version number and exit.

       -h, --help
	      Print immediate help and exit.

AUTHOR
       Christian Obrecht <obrecht at eukleides dot org>.

SEE ALSO
       Eukleides info pages for	full documentation.
       eukleides(1), euktopst(1), euktotex(1), euktopdf(1).

Eukleides			  2010/02/16			   EUKTOEPS(1)

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