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PostScript Utilities Web site: https://github.com/rrthomas/psutils Maintainer: Reuben Thomas <email@example.com> PSUtils is a suite of utilities for manipulating PostScript documents produced according to the Document Structuring Conventions (some older software may need to be configured to produce DSC-conformant PostScript; if PSUtils doesn't work, check your documentation). It is possible to select and rearrange pages, including arrangement into signatures for booklet printing, and page merging for n-up printing. If you simply want to use PSUtils, you will find it in most GNU/Linux distributions; it is available in brew for macOS and Cygwin for Windows. PSUtils should work in any POSIX environment (support on non-POSIX systems may be provided by gnulib). It is also recommended to install paper, which allows a sensible default paper size to be discovered, and configured by the user: paper: https://github.com/rrthomas/paper PROGRAMS psbook rearrange pages into signatures psselect select pages and page ranges pstops perform general page rearrangement and selection psnup put multiple pages on to one page psresize alter document paper size epsffit fit an EPSF file to a given bounding box extractres filter to extract resources from PostScript files includeres filter to include resources into PostScript files psjoin concatenate multiple PostScript files psselect in modeled on Chris Torek's dviselect, as is psbook, via Angus Duggan's dvibook; pstops is modeled on Tom Rokicki's dvidvi. A number of scripts for fixing up the output of obsolete proprietary programs for treatment by psutils are included in the old-scripts directory. INSTALLATION To build, you need the following programs installed, as well as a standard POSIX environment and C compiler: automake, autoconf, git, perl Then run: ./bootstrap && ./configure && make && [sudo] make install For installation options, see ./configure --help BUGS The utilities don't check for PS-Adobe-?.? conformance; they assume documents conform. Please send bug reports, patches and suggestions to the bug tracker or maintainer (see the top of this file). ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS PSUtils was written by Angus Duggan, who maintained it up to release 1 patchlevel 17. Bug fixes and suggestions for improvements to PSUtils have come from many people, including: Brian Colfer firstname.lastname@example.org Charles A. Finnell email@example.com Conrad Kimball firstname.lastname@example.org J. W. Hawtin Jochen Schwarze email@example.com Ken Carpenter firstname.lastname@example.org Kristian Jorg email@example.com Larry Weissman firstname.lastname@example.org Michael L. Brown email@example.com Hunter Goatley firstname.lastname@example.org John Interrante interran@uluru.Stanford.edu Maurizio Cremonesi MAUCREM@imiclvx.earn Matthew Stier Matthew.Stier@East.Sun.com Gerry Pratt email@example.com Robert Joop firstname.lastname@example.org Johan Vromans email@example.com Bryan Faubion firstname.lastname@example.org Chris Ritson C.R.Ritson@ncl.ac.uk Michele Marziani MARZIANI@VAXFE.INFN.IT Michael I. Schwartz email@example.com Chris Ritson C.R.Ritson@newcastle.ac.uk Joerg Eisenreich Andreas Borchert firstname.lastname@example.org Mike Coleman Dale Scheetz email@example.com Yves Arrouye firstname.lastname@example.org Stanislav Brabec email@example.com Reuben Thomas firstname.lastname@example.org (Apologies to anyone left out; it was not intentional.)