.dvican be omitted.
In this example, the first page of
frktest.dvihas been converted and written to
frktest.svg. Since the font yinitas wasn’t available as a vector font, dvisvgm called Metafont and vectorized the two glyphs of Metafont’s bitmap output required for the document. They are stored in a cache file so that it’s not necessary to call Metafont for these glyphs again which will speed up the conversion process.
In order to avoid these problems, call dvisvgm with option
--no-fonts. It replaces the font
elements by paths which are supported by nearly all
As already mentioned above, dvisvgm doesn’t call Metafont again because the vectorial representation of the required glyphs is present in the font cache and allows for a faster conversion.
LIBGS. The warning messages go away as soon as Ghostscript is accessible.