@Khawaja - EPS Utility Toolbox cannot help you with your problem. epsgetbbox just returns the bounding box that encapsulates all objects in an EPS image.
If they are simple shapes (i.e., groups of connected line segments), you can probably "decode" the postscript by writing your own purser. Your first step is to look at your .eps file in a text editor with the help of the PS standard, which is linked above in the toolbox description. Good luck.
I need to extract width and length of each shape in .eps file.
But when I use epsgetbbox function, it gives me a 4 element vector.
But in my .eps file there are 7 shapes, how can extract Boundarybox or Width/ Length of each shape.
I shall be thankful to you for your help
Very nice tool.
A question though: I have a number of functions that forward their (optional) arguments via varargin like:
% varagin: optional parameters
% a1: argument 1
% a2: argument 2
Works nicely but mtoc++ inserts a 'Required Parameters for varargin' before the a1, ... list. Is there a way to make it print 'Optional parameters for varargin'?