TeX distributions that provide

*dvisvgm*- MiKTeX

A pretty complete T_{E}X distribution for Windows with a nice package and update manager maintained by Christian Schenk. Since December 2015 is has also offered a*dvisvgm*package. You can find separate*dvisvgm*binaries for MiKTeX on the download page, too. - TeX Live

Since 2010*dvisvgm*has been part of this most complete and highly portable T_{E}X distribution provided by the T_{E}X Users Group (TUG). - W32TeX

A Web2C-based T_{E}X distribution for Windows maintained by Akira Kakuto. The package*dvitools*provides an up-to-date version of*dvisvgm*.

Projects that use

*dvisvgm*- Asymptote

Asymptote is a powerful descriptive vector graphics language that provides a natural coordinate-based framework for technical drawing. It uses*dvisvgm*to create SVG output. - CodeCogs Equation Editor

The web-based equation editor uses*dvisvgm*to generate SVG output from L^{a}T_{E}X equations. - EQTEXSVG

This Inkscape extension allows to convert L^{a}T_{E}X math code to SVG directly within Inkscape. - LatexRender-ng

Waldeck Schützer’s LatexRender-ng filter provides an easy-to-use add-on to embed L^{a}T_{E}X fragments into websites. It also offers an option to generate SVG images using*dvisvgm*. Have a look at the demo page. - Madoko

Madoko by Daan Leijen is a fast markdown processor for writing professional articles, books, manuals, webpages and presentations, with a focus on simplicity and plain text readability. It uses*dvisvgm*to generate SVG images of math formulae, figures, and other non-textual contents. - PGF/TikZ

Version 3.0 of Till Tantau’s PGF/TikZ graphic system for T_{E}X introduced an SVG driver that uses*dvisvgm*to create SVG graphics directly from T_{E}X/L^{a}T_{E}X . - plasTeX

The L^{a}T_{E}X document processing framework*plasTeX*uses*dvisvgm*to create SVG images of L^{a}T_{E}X snippets. - Stog

Stog is a static website generator similar to Jekyll. It uses*dvisvgm*to create SVG images from math equations embedded in the page sources. - TeXclip

TeXclip is a web-based equation editor that creates PNG, EPS or SVG images from L^{a}T_{E}X equations. - TexMaths

TexMaths by Roland Baudin is a LibreOffice extension that allows to enter and edit L^{a}T_{E}X equations directly within LibreOffice documents.

Related projects

- dvisvg

Another DVI to SVG converter. Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem to be maintained any longer. - pydvi2svg

A Python-based DVI to SVG converter which doesn’t seem to be maintained any longer either. - dvi2svg

One of the first DVI to SVG converters available but it’s no longer provided anywhere, unfortunately.

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