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%% -------------------------------------------------------
%% Copyright (C) 2012 by Philip Ilten <>
%% -------------------------------------------------------
%% This file may be distributed and/or modified under the conditions
%% of the LaTeX Project Public License, either version 1.3 of this
%% license or (at your option) any later version. The latest version
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%% version 2005/12/01 or later.
%% This work has the LPPL maintenance status "maintained".
%% The Current Maintainer of this work is Philip Ilten.
%% This work consists of the files README, svg.dtx (with derived files
%% svg.sty, svg.pdf, Fig.1a.pdf, Fig.1b.eps, Fig.2.pdf, Fig.2.png),
%% preamble.tex, example.svg (with derived files example.pdf and
%% example.pdf_tex), and root.C (with derived files root.svg,
%% root.pdf, and root.pdf_tex).
%% The following files constitute the svg package and should be
%% distributed as a whole: README, svg.dtx, svg.sty, svg.pdf,
%% Fig.1a.pdf, Fig.1b.eps, Fig.2.pdf, Fig.2.png, preamble.tex
%% example.svg, example.pdf, example.pdf_tex, root.C, root.svg,
%% root.pdf, and root.pdf_tex.

This package provides a command similar to the \includegraphics command of the 
graphicx package, but for the inclusion of SVGs using Inkscape.

     \includesvg[<options>]{<svg filename>}

A variety of options are available, including width, height, and path of the 
SVG. Additionally, it is possible to extract the SVG image to a PDF, EPS, or 
PNG, exactly as it is rendered within the LaTeX document. Within the
documentation an example is given using an SVG created from the high energy
particle physics analysis package ROOT.