Edit: I moved the script to GitHub, go there for latest information and downloads.
This script converts an Inkscape SVG to Adobe Illustrator 7 compatible EPS. The generated EPS file uses custom Illustrator PS operators, and includes PostScript processes that stands in place of said operators when the file is not opened with Adobe Illustrator.
The script exports layers, groups, paths, clones, clipping paths, fill, stroke, gradient fill into a format that Illustrator understands.
This script is not extensively tested. Since its dual nature, it is possible, that the result looks different in Illustrator than in other programs.
I wrote it to upload clipart to microstock sites: I’ve already uploaded a dozen images exported with this script and they were all accepted.
Download this file, and copy aieps_output.inx and aieps_output.py into the Inkscape extensions folder:
If you are using Windows C:\Program Files\Inkscape\share\extensions
If you are using Linux /usr/share/inkscape/extensions
– If you don’t have permission to write to system folders, copy it to the user extensions directory.
Please report issues using the project’s github issue tracker, and upload a minimal SVG file that can reproduce the error.