I am looking for a way to include
svg image into the LaTeX. I know there are some discussion on this topic before and I think LaTeX just don't support SVG directly. I read few posts here and people suggest to use Inkscape to edit the
svg and save it as LaTeX-
svg then use command
\includesvg to insert the image. But since I have too many
svg created before and it is no way for me to edit them one by one with Inkscape. I am looking for other workaround (I mean still keep it as scalable vector image supported by LaTeX). The first way I can think of is to convert the
svg with imagemagick to
eps, which can be done with script. However, I don't know why, the converted
eps is all black and all detail are gone. So besides imagemagick, any free code do you recommend to convert
eps in Linux? or do you have any other suggestion on inserting
svg to LaTeX?
p.s. The system is opened to a group of people and they can generate and upload their SVG. So before I insert all those images into LaTeX, I have to convert them into LaTeX-supporting format. But the server doesn't have inkscape installed, I am looking for other converter.