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I am using epstopdf package to convert on the fly eps images to pdf. However, the snapshot package and bundledoc do not keep track of the original eps file but only of the included pdf.

Is there any way to improve this behavior?

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bundledoc has an --include switch, which 'instructs bundledoc to include in the archive all all of the files matching filespec, even if they're not referenced in the .dep file'. (Try man bundledoc on a unix-y machine.) This should work, but without seeing how you're calling bundledoc, it's hard to give better advice. I'd add it to the .cfg, personally.... –  jon Nov 27 '13 at 20:02
    
Jon, Thanks for your comment.I am calling bundledoc with: bundledoc --config=/usr/share/texlive/texmf-dist/tex/latex/bundledoc/texlive-unix.cfg --exclude=.sty --exclude .def --exclude=.fd --exclude=.clo --exclude=.cfg --exclude=.mkii --exclude=.def --verbose --include="*.svg" test.dep However this approach does not work for two reasons: 1) only works if the svg file is in the same directory as the .dep file 2) I only want to bundle the files needed and not all the others. Fabio. Sorry but I can't figure out how to break a line :-( –  Fabio Nov 27 '13 at 21:40
    
I don't follow. (1) Can't you specify a path for --include just as you are for --config? (2) With all these --excludes, I'm not sure what files are left to bundle. Wouldn't it be easier to use something like tar? –  jon Nov 28 '13 at 5:30
    
Jon thanks for your reply. In regard to 1) I did not think about including a path. I will try that. However this means I will probably include files that are not required by the document. In regard to 2) I was trying to only grab .tex and images files but they are scattered over several directories (and several users). –  Fabio Nov 28 '13 at 17:47
    
Ah, well, --include="*.svg" is explicitly asking for all .svg files, so I'm not sure what the best solution would be in that case. As for (2), maybe a combination of find and tar would still work better. I don't project split files into multiple (not hierarchically related?) directories, so I've never had to worry about this sort of thing. Note also that the package author reads comp.text.tex, so you might have some luck asking there. –  jon Nov 28 '13 at 18:09
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