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/contrib/groff/contrib/pic2graph/pic2graph.sh

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  1#! /bin/sh
  2#
  3# pic2graph -- compile PIC image descriptions to bitmap images
  4#
  5# by Eric S. Raymond <esr@thyrsus.com>, July 2002
  6
  7# In Unixland, the magic is in knowing what to string together...
  8#
  9# Take a pic/eqn diagram on stdin, emit cropped bitmap on stdout.
 10# The pic markup should *not* be wrapped in .PS/.PE, this script will do that.
 11# An -unsafe option on the command line enables gpic/groff "unsafe" mode.
 12# A -format FOO option changes the image output format to any format
 13# supported by convert(1).  An -eqn option changes the eqn delimiters.
 14# All other options are passed to convert(1).  The default format in PNG.
 15#
 16# Requires the groff suite and the ImageMagick tools.  Both are open source.
 17# This code is released to the public domain.
 18#
 19# Here are the assumptions behind the option processing:
 20#
 21# 1. Only the -U option of gpic(1) is relevant.  -C doesn't matter because
 22#    we're generating our own .PS/.PE, -[ntcz] are irrelevant because we're
 23#    generating Postscript.
 24#
 25# 2. Ditto for groff(1), though it's a longer and more tedious demonstration.
 26#
 27# 3. Many options of convert(1) are potentially relevant (especially 
 28#    -density, -interlace, -transparency, -border, and -comment).
 29#
 30# Thus, we pass -U to gpic and groff, and everything else to convert(1).
 31#
 32# We don't have complete option coverage on eqn because this is primarily
 33# intended as a pic translator; we can live with eqn defaults. 
 34#
 35# $Id: pic2graph.sh,v 1.7 2005/05/18 07:03:07 wl Exp $
 36#
 37groffpic_opts=""
 38gs_opts=""
 39convert_opts=""
 40format="png"
 41eqndelim='$$'
 42
 43while [ "$1" ]
 44do
 45    case $1 in
 46    -unsafe)
 47	groffpic_opts="-U";;
 48    -format)
 49	format=$2
 50	shift;;
 51    -eqn)
 52	eqndelim=$2
 53	shift;;
 54    -v | --version)
 55	echo "GNU pic2graph (groff) version @VERSION@"
 56	exit 0;;
 57    --help)
 58	echo "usage: pic2graph [ option ...] < in > out"
 59	exit 0;;
 60    *)
 61	convert_opts="$convert_opts $1";;
 62    esac
 63    shift
 64done
 65
 66if [ "$eqndelim" ]
 67then
 68    eqndelim="delim $eqndelim"
 69fi
 70
 71# create temporary directory
 72tmp=
 73for d in "$GROFF_TMPDIR" "$TMPDIR" "$TMP" "$TEMP" /tmp; do
 74    test -z "$d" && continue
 75
 76    tmp=`(umask 077 && mktemp -d -q "$d/pic2graph-XXXXXX") 2> /dev/null` \
 77    && test -n "$tmp" && test -d "$tmp" \
 78    && break
 79
 80    tmp=$d/pic2graph$$-$RANDOM
 81    (umask 077 && mkdir $tmp) 2> /dev/null \
 82    && break
 83done;
 84if test -z "$tmp"; then
 85    echo "$0: cannot create temporary directory" >&2
 86    { (exit 1); exit 1; }
 87fi
 88
 89trap 'exit_status=$?; rm -rf $tmp && exit $exit_status' 0 2 15 
 90
 91# Here goes:
 92# 1. Wrap the input in dummy .PS/PE macros (and add possibly null .EQ/.EN)
 93# 2. Process through eqn and pic to emit troff markup.
 94# 3. Process through groff to emit Postscript.
 95# 4. Use convert(1) to crop the PostScript and turn it into a bitmap.
 96(echo ".EQ"; echo $eqndelim; echo ".EN"; echo ".PS"; cat; echo ".PE") | \
 97    groff -e -p $groffpic_opts -Tps -P-pletter > $tmp/pic2graph.ps \
 98    && convert -trim -crop 0x0 $convert_opts $tmp/pic2graph.ps $tmp/pic2graph.$format \
 99    && cat $tmp/pic2graph.$format
100
101# End