I thought that PSTricks package was not possible to use in pdfLaTeX but the user Dima claims otherwise.
How can I force pdfLaTeX to use PSTricks then?
The easiest way is running
xelatex instead of
pdflatex. It detects itself PostScript code or eps images in the document and does the conversion on the fly. If you do not want to use
xelatex then there are other solutions:
If you have an up-to-date TeX distribution use
and then run your document with
pdflatex -shell-escape <file>. Then the PSTricks images are created on-the-fly as stand alone pdf images and saved in
<file>-pics.pdf. If you have an older system use
For more information see PSTricks web page
For Windows you have to install a Perl version, if you want to use the full power of the auto-pst-pdf package. However, if you do not want or cannot install Perl then use