> > Thanks for the hint. I never thought about installing pstoedit. I just
> > noticed long time ago that I was unable to make such fancy things, but
> > I thought I was simply to stupid to understand the manual :(.
> thanks for not blaming the stupid manual -)
pstoedit.exe - Fehler in Anwendung
Die Anweisung in "0x00aee797" verweist auf Speicher in "0x00000000".
Der Vorgang "read" konnte nicht auf dem Speicher durchgeführt werden.
Seems like someone had problems using pointers in C, but I don't know.
> here i have the following versions:
> pstoedit: version 3.33 / DLL interface 108 (build Jan 6 2003 - release build) :
> Copyright (C) 1993 - 2003 Wolfgang Glunz
pstoedit: version 3.40 / DLL interface 108 (build Jan 6 2005 - release build)
Probably this is the problem? Maybe I can try with an older version,
but I don't have it.
I tried with 3.31 which resides in CTAN, but this is not compliant any
more with the new version of gs.
I tried a conversion ps -> mpost with some random file and with
filename-mpgraph.1 and it worked OK. I can't reproduce crash except by
running texexec on the posted document.
> >gswin32c --help
> AFPL Ghostscript 8.51 (2005-04-18)
I had 8.11 and replaced it with 8.51, but no difference. It crashes
only in the first run. The second run goes OK. Once I run texutil
--purgeall, it crashes again.
> For more information, see c:/gs/gs8.51/doc/Use.htm.
> Report bugs to bug-gs(a)ghostscript.com, using the form in Bug-form.htm.
I doubt that the problem lies in GS, but everything is possible..
If anyone would like to test the version 3.40 on the posted document and
if there are downloading problems, please mail me. I can get no older version
Although it crashes, the resulting PDF file after 2 runs seems to be OK.