5

Concise Problem Statement

Given an input of a *.tex (LaTeX) file, I want to output a "tight" *.svg file. By "tight", I mean a svg file that does not show the full page -- rather, just the rendered TeX file with a minimal border around it.

Context

I have some LaTeX math equations that I would like to convert into svg. I do not want the svg files to be full 8.5x11 pages. I want my svg files to be the size of the bounding box of my math equations.

I would prefer a full automated, command line solution (i.e. no interactive editing in an external program.)

Thanks!

6

I think dvisvgm does exactly what you're looking for. It converts DVI files to SVG with tight bounding boxes. The tool is also part of TeX Live 2010 and above.

  • 1
    dvisvgm + standalone did the trick. Thanks! – user13546 Apr 15 '12 at 1:29

Your Answer

By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you agree to our terms of service, privacy policy and cookie policy