By default ImagGlue uses its own Advanced PostScript engine for
rendering PostScript files.
However it is possible to configure ImageGlue to use GNU
Ghostscript for rendering PostScript files.
To do this you will need to install Ghostscript (available from
the WebSupergoo download
page). You will then need to disable the ImageGlue PostScript
engine either from code (via the modules parameter) or via the
Modules tab of IGSettings.
GNU Ghostscript is a set of Open Source software that provides
an interpreter for the PostScript language and for PDF. When
ImageGlue is asked to render a PostScript related image it
delegates this rendering task to Ghostscript and returns once the
image has been completed.
ImageGlue may be aggregated with GNU Ghostscript. This means
that ImageGlue and GNU Ghostscript are separate pieces of software
and can be used completely independently of each other. The license
agreements that apply to ImageGlue do not apply to GNU Ghostscript
and the license agreements that apply to GNU Ghostscript do not
apply to ImageGlue. You can replace an installed version of
Ghostscript with a different version if you require and if you do
not require GNU Ghostscript you can remove the entire