fig4latex version (return code: 0)
Now run 'make' to update your graphics files. If you are changing from PdfLaTeX (-p) to LaTeX (-l), or vice versa, run 'make clean' then 'make'.
fig4latex --help (return code: 255)
Died at /usr/bin/fig4latex line 125. Usage: fig4latex [-d dir] [-m NUM] [-p] [-l] [-h] -d DIR Directory containing the figures (a path relative to the directory where your LaTeX source files are). -m NUM Magnification factor. -p Pdflatex -- create makefile for use with pdflatex -- the images get converted to pdf format. -l Latex -- create makefile for use with (regular) latex -- the images are exported as eps format. (this is the default) -h Help -- print this message and quit. This program creates a Makefile. Running 'make' will then search the current director for .fig files and use fig2dev (pstex and pstex_t) to create .tex files which are input into your latex file to include the graphic. Any text in the figure with the 'special' flag set is processed by LaTeX.