I have a TeX document that is embedding a huge amount of figures from a
fig folder that is full of another humongous amount of other figures.
I would like to move the document along with its figures, but I don't want to take the whole
fig folder, just the figures in there that are embedded by the document.
Is there a package (or any other way) that allows me to, for example, print out the filenames of all the figures embedded by the document? Something like:
fig/figurename1.eps fig/figurename2.eps ... etc
I could then just copy-paste that list and add some
cp's in a plain text file and automate the copy of those files to my desired location by running the file in my shell:
$ cp fig/figurename1.eps wherever/fig/ $ cp fig/figurename2.eps wherever/fig/ ... etc
Of course this is just an idea, if somebody has an alternative to the "file listing and copy-pasting in a shell file" I would be happy to listen =)