What is the version of odfWeave? If you use those specifications in the
current version (0.5.9):
> plotInfo <- getImageDefs()
> plotInfo$type = "eps"
> plotInfo$device = "postscript"
you will probabiliy need to set
horizontal = FALSE, onefile = FALSE, and paper = "special" to generate
ps graphics for OpenOffice
an image size of 480 inches by 480 inches has been requested.
There were some issues with eps and older versions of odfWeave, but I
don't recall that specific error.
[The only other "issue" with eps and odfWeave (on windows), is image
rendering. On my system, there is a windows system file called convert
(instead of imagemagick's convert) which messes up the image preview
within the document. Marc Schwartz and I have talked about this off-list
and he doesn't have the same issues.]
From: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Dieter Menne
Sent: Monday, June 25, 2007 11:04 AM
Subject: [R] eps in odfWeave
Does someone have an example of using eps or any other vector graphics
odfWeave? It tried the example below (and commented variants) with
simple.odt in the examples directory, and got an error.
> What is the version of odfWeave? If you use those specifications in the
> current version (0.5.9):
Yes, version 0.5.9 (it was further below in my message, I forgot to put the
odfWeave flag before it.
I had tried your horizontal... suggestions before, because these came up nicely
in the error message, but the error remained the same, so I removed them. Here
another try for copy/paste, with a traceback.
The convert problem is a well known Imagemagick problem; clashes with "convert"
in the Windows directory. Workaround is to put the Imagemagick path before the