For many years I used Wolfgang Schulter's WMF2EPS Postscript driver to programmatically convert WMF/EMF (Windows/Enhanced Metafiles) to EPS (Encapsulated Postscript). My suite of programs and scripts generated EMF files, then invoked the
wmf2eps command line program to convert the files, one at a time, to EPS.
I was recently forced to upgrade my production system from 32- to 64-bit Windows. As a result, WMF2EPS no longer works, and I am unable to install the 32-bit printer driver to get things working.
Is there a viable alternative to WMF2EPS for 64-bit Windows? I'm specifically looking for a similar programmatic solution which can be called from a program or script.
Here are some references related to WMF2EPS:
- The (now-defunct) WMF2EPS Homepage
- This is an FTP-downloadable HTML page, last updated in 2000
- The WMP2EPS homepage with Vista-related information (2009)
- From the Internet Archives, I was not sure if the solution would work for Windows 10
- There seems to be an improved WMF2EPS for 64-bit Windows called "WMF2EPSC", but I have not been able to locate information about it.
So the question is: is there a 64-bit version of WMF2EPS, or is there a viable programmatic alternative?