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Aspose.TeX for Python via .NET is a library that enables your Python applications to typeset TeX files and obtain output documents in file formats, such as XPS, PDF, JPEG, PNG, TIFF, and BMP. You can configure typesetting preferences to have your desired output design. It also offers numerous embedded fonts available for typesetting. With Aspose.TeX for Python, you can define your own interface for input gathering or choose to accept input from a local directory or from a ZIP archive.

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Python API to TypeSet TeX Files


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Aspose.TeX for Python via .NET is a library that provides a TeX engine extension called ObjectTeX. It can be used to typeset documents described by TeX files. "Object" means that intermediary typesetting result is a specific object model which then can be uniformly converted into a number of end formats.

TypeSetting File Processing Features

  • Typesetting of TeX files
  • Create custom TeX formats
  • Provide input data in various ways
  • Fetch output data in various ways

Supported Input Formats


Save TeX As


Supported Embedded Fonts for Typesetting

cmbsy10, cmbx10, cmbx5, cmbx6, cmbx7, cmbx8, cmbx9, cmcsc10, cmdunh10, cmex10, cmmi10, cmmi5, cmmi6, cmm7, cmmi8, cmmi9, cmmib10, cmr10, cmr5, cmr6, cmr7, cmr8, cmr9, cmsl10, cmsl8, cmsl9, cmsltt10, cmss10, cmssbx10, cmssi10, cmssq8, cmssqi8, cmsy10, cmsy5, cmsy6, cmsy7, cmsy8, cmsy9, cmti10, cmti7, cmti8, cmti9, cmtt10, cmtt8, cmtt9, cmu10

Supported Platforms

You can use Aspose.TeX for Python via .NET to build any type of a 32-bit or 64-bit Python application for Windows. Python 3.5 or later is supported.

Use Python to Obtain Typeset Document from XPS Device

You can execute the below code snippet to see how Aspose.TeX API performs against your own samples or check the GitHub Repository for other common usage scenarios.

from aspose.tex import *
from import *
from aspose.tex.presentation.image import *
from os import path

options = TeXOptions.console_app_options(TeXConfig.object_tex())
options.job_name = "sample2-1";
options.input_working_directory = InputFileSystemDirectory(_inputDirectory)
options.output_working_directory = OutputFileSystemDirectory(_outputDirectory)
options.terminal_out = OutputFileTerminal(options.output_working_directory)

with open(path.join(_outputDirectory, options.JobName + ".xps")) as stream:
    TeXJob("hello-world", XpsDevice(stream), options).run()


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