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From Alberto Priore <alberto.pri...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: pdftops eps font issue
Date Fri, 08 Jul 2011 13:46:51 GMT

This is why I do not tried to use SVG
http://xmlgraphics.apache.org/fop/0.95/output.html#svg
I my version on FOP if a try to create a svg it returns me that it isn't a
allowed format.


Michael Rubin-3 wrote:
> 
> A little bit more research flagged up Batik, which can convert SVG to 
> EPS but I guess that is off at a tangent. There is plenty of talk around 
> using EPS images inside a PDF in FOP and other formatters. But not much 
> about going the other way and converting a PDF to an EPS. Does anyone 
> else have any idea at all?
> 
> I see Batik can convert SVG to EPS but I gather from the thread that is 
> not an option.
> 
> Thanks.
> 
> -Mike
> 
> 
> 
> On 08/07/11 12:20, Alberto Priore wrote:
>> I've already tried to create from FOP the .pd file, but FOP has
>> limitations
>> http://xmlgraphics.apache.org/fop/1.0/output.html#ps-limitations
>> - Only Type 1 fonts are supported.
>> I was not able to include .pmf fonts
>> - Multibyte characters are not supported.
>> If I write a à è ì ò it will not showed on .ps file, I need to show that
>> charachter.
>>
>> Do you know an alternative of FOP to create an eps from xsl-fo?
>>
>>
>> Michael Rubin-3 wrote:
>>> Looking at the other posts on this thread too, the suggestion of other
>>> formats from FOP was raised. I found this page:
>>>
>>> http://www.inkguides.com/ps-to-eps.asp
>>>
>>> So can you not use FOP to generate a Postscript file instead of a PDF
>>> which sounds easier to convert to EPS?
>>>
>>> Also I googled 'ps to eps' and it threw up a few potential converters
>>> including a GNU perl based tool and others.
>>>
>>> Thanks.
>>>
>>> -Mike
>>>
>>> On 08/07/11 10:55, Alberto Priore wrote:
>>>> Hi Mike,
>>>> I need to convert it to EPS, this is a necessary point.
>>>>
>>>> I've tried all the way to translate a pdf to eps passing through an
>>>> image
>>>> and so on...
>>>> But all lose quality, they all rasterize the pdf.
>>>>
>>>> Now I'm using Apache FOP that could create other output formats
>>>> http://xmlgraphics.apache.org/fop/0.95/output.html
>>>> but I don't know if the other format could be convert to eps.
>>>>
>>>> With this other information can you suggest me something?
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Alberto
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Michael Rubin-3 wrote:
>>>>> A quick look online (I googled 'pdf to eps') reveals a number of
>>>>> potential solutions. But forum link
>>>>> http://www.oooforum.org/forum/viewtopic.phtml?t=59787 was interesting
>>>>> in
>>>>> that is sounds as if there is no absolutely perfect solution. Some
>>>>> convert to bitmap so lose quality, while others have various other
>>>>> problems. One suggestion even suggested rebuilding the pdf in eps
>>>>> format
>>>>> from scratch (I suspect that is unacceptable!).
>>>>>
>>>>> I do quote from that forum link though: "EPS is another
>>>>> Adobe-proprietary file format, specifically belonging to Illustrator
>>>>> but
>>>>> Photoshop can create and work with some form of it. Here's my
>>>>> question:
>>>>> what are you trying to accomplish in this conversion? Is it necessary
>>>>> to
>>>>> convert the file to EPS, or is that mainly a file format you're most
>>>>> familiar with?"
>>>>>
>>>>> Thanks.
>>>>>
>>>>> -Mike
>>>>>
>>>>> On 07/07/11 17:05, Alberto Priore wrote:
>>>>>> I'm creating a pdf with Apache FOP in Linux then I need to convert
>>>>>> the
>>>>>> pdf it
>>>>>> into an eps.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I'm trying lot of ways, the only one that seems works is the pdftops.
>>>>>> But,
>>>>>> when I convert it into Linux in command line
>>>>>>
>>>>>> pdftops file.pdf -eps file.eps
>>>>>>
>>>>>> This command creates me the eps but when I try to open it in Adobe
>>>>>> Illustrator in Windows XP It returns me the error
>>>>>>
>>>>>> EAAFD+HelveticaNeueLTStd-MdCnO_99-Identify-H;
>>>>>> Font not found on the system; missing font has been substituted.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> But 1: the fonts han not been substituted 2: the eps do not show
>>>>>> words
>>>>>> inside it is all blank instead of the images
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I'm sure that in Windows XP I have all the fonts becouse if I convert
>>>>>> the
>>>>>> pdf to an eps inside the Adobe Illustrator all works fine and Adobe
>>>>>> Illustrator do not show me the fonts issue.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Can you help me?
>>>>>> What I'm doing wrong?
>>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
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