Re: .EPS and Quark image files

From John R. McPherson
DateWed, 6 Feb 2002 13:14:34 +1300
Subject Re: .EPS and Quark image files
In-Reply-To (E16YEkw-0004oM-00-orc-cs-waikato-ac-nz)
On Wed, Feb 06, 2002 at 12:12:04PM +1300, <s.yeates&#64;> wrote:
> .eps files are encapsulated postscript files. Greenstone should be able
> to handle the overwhelming majority of postscript files IF the text in
> them is stored as text rather than the images of the characters.
> > We have some .eps and Quark image files that we'd like to include in a
> > collection and can't get them to work. Any suggestions?
> >
> >
> > Pam Osborne, Digital Librarian

asuming that there is extractable text with-in the eps files, you could
try adding the PSPlug to your collect.cfg file. By default the plugin
looks for files that end in ".ps", so you can either manually rename
your files, or add the following option in the collect.cfg file:
plugin PSPlug -process_exp ".e?ps"

This will tell PSPlug to process files that contain either ".ps" or ".eps"
If you add a '$' to the end:
plugin PSPlug -process_exp ".e?ps$"
then the filename must end in that, not just contain it.

Hope this helps
John McPherson.