MetaPost refers to both a programming language and the interpreter of the
MetaPost programming language. Both are derived from Donald Knuth's
This page has a list of links related to MetaPost, a powerful tool for creating
graphics in scalable PostScript. It was written by John Hobby, based on Metafont
Submit MetaPost code on the web page and get the result presented as EPS or
metapost – A development of METAFONT for creating graphics. METAPOST uses
a language based on that of METAFONT to produce precise technical ...
Apr 8, 2013 ... Inspired by Why Metapost discrimination?, I'd like to come to know Metapost far
better than I do now. All I really know is that Metapost is a ...
MetaPost: A Reference Manual. Peter Grogono. 22 June 2014. Contents. 1
Introduction. 1. 2 Basic Concepts. 2. 2.1 Version .
Written by John Hobby, the creator of the MetaPost language.
Oct 8, 2002 ... The unit of MetaPost is the PostScript point which is 1/72 of an inch. The default
line thickness is 0.5 PostScript points, as is seen from A2B.1.
Practical METAPOST. 1 abstract. In this article, I will explain how to pratically use
METAPOST. This program is very different from usual drawing programs, but it ...
Oct 15, 2014 ... MetaPost is a graphical programming language, based on Donald Knuth's
MetaFont. Normally MP graphics are converted to PostScript and ...