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    NAME

    a2ps - format files for printing on a PostScript printer
     
    

    SYNOPSIS

    a2ps [OPTION]... [FILE]...  

    DESCRIPTION

    Convert FILE(s) or standard input to PostScript. By default, the output is sent to the default printer. An output file may be specified with -o.

    Mandatory arguments to long options are mandatory for short options too. Long options marked with * require a yes/no argument, corresponding short options stand for `yes'.  

    Tasks:

    --version
    display version
    --help
    display this help
    --guess
    report guessed types of FILES
    --which
    report the full path of library files named FILES
    --glob
    report the full path of library files matching FILES
    --list=defaults
    display default settings and parameters
    --list=TOPIC
    detailed list on TOPIC (delegations, encodings, features, variables, media, ppd, printers, prologues, style-sheets, user-options)

    After having performed the task, exit successfully. Detailed lists may provide additional help on specific features.  

    Global:

    -q, --quiet, --silent
    be really quiet
    -v, --verbose[=LEVEL]
    set verbosity on, or to LEVEL
    -=, --user-option=OPTION
    use the user defined shortcut OPTION
    --debug
    enable debugging features
    -D, --define=KEY[:VALUE]
    unset variable KEY or set to VALUE
     

    Sheets:

    -M, --medium=NAME
    use output medium NAME
    -r, --landscape
    print in landscape mode
    -R, --portrait
    print in portrait mode
    --columns=NUM
    number of columns per sheet
    --rows=NUM
    number of rows per sheet
    --major=DIRECTION
    first fill (DIRECTION=) rows, or columns
    -1, -2, ..., -9
    predefined font sizes and layouts for 1.. 9 virtuals
    -A, --file-align=MODE
    align separate files according to MODE (fill, rank page, sheet, or a number)
    -j, --borders*
    print borders around columns
    --margin[=NUM]
    define an interior margin of size NUM

    The options -1.. -9 affect several primitive parameters to set up predefined layouts with 80 columns. Therefore the order matters: `-R -f40 -2' is equivalent to `-2'. To modify the layout, use `-2Rf40', or compose primitive options (`--columns', `--font-size' etc.).  

    Virtual pages:

    --line-numbers=NUM
    precede each NUM lines with its line number
    -C
    alias for --line-numbers=5
    -f, --font-size=SIZE
    use font SIZE (float) for the body text
    -L, --lines-per-page=NUM
    scale the font to print NUM lines per virtual
    -l, --chars-per-line=NUM
    scale the font to print NUM columns per virtual
    -m, --catman
    process FILE as a man page (same as -L66)
    -T, --tabsize=NUM
    set tabulator size to NUM
    --non-printable-format=FMT specify how non-printable chars are printed
     

    Headings:

    -B, --no-header
    no page headers at all
    -b, --header[=TEXT]
    set page header
    -u, --underlay[=TEXT]
    print TEXT under every page
    --center-title[=TEXT]
    set page title to TITLE
    --left-title[=TEXT]
    set left and right page title to TEXT
    --right-title[=TEXT]
    --left-footer[=TEXT]
    set sheet footers to TEXT
    --footer[=TEXT]
    --right-footer[=TEXT]

    The TEXTs may use special escapes.  

    Input:

    -a, --pages[=RANGE]
    select the pages to print
    -c, --truncate-lines*
    cut long lines
    -i, --interpret*
    interpret tab, bs and ff chars
    --end-of-line=TYPE
    specify the eol char (TYPE: r, n, nr, rn, any)
    -X, --encoding=NAME
    use input encoding NAME
    -t, --title=NAME
    set the name of the job
    --stdin=NAME
    set the name of the input file stdin
    --print-anyway*
    force binary printing
    -Z, --delegate*
    delegate files to another application
    --toc[=TEXT]
    generate a table of content

    When delegations are enabled, a2ps may use other applications to handle the processing of files that should not be printed as raw information, e.g., HTML PostScript, PDF etc.  

    Pretty-printing:

    -E, --pretty-print[=LANG]
    enable pretty-printing (set style to LANG)
    --highlight-level=LEVEL
    set pretty printing highlight LEVEL LEVEL can be none, normal or heavy
    -g
    alias for --highlight-level=heavy
    --strip-level=NUM
    level of comments stripping
     

    Output:

    -o, --output=FILE
    leave output to file FILE. If FILE is `-', leave output to stdout.
    --version-control=WORD
    override the usual version control
    --suffix=SUFFIX
    override the usual backup suffix
    -P, --printer=NAME
    send output to printer NAME
    -d
    send output to the default printer (this is the default behavior)
     

    PostScript:

    --prologue=FILE
    include FILE.pro as PostScript prologue
    --ppd[=KEY]
    automatic PPD selection or set to KEY
    -n, --copies=NUM
    print NUM copies of each page
    -s, --sides=MODE
    set the duplex MODE (`1' or `simplex', `2' or `duplex', `tumble')
    -S, --setpagedevice=K[:V]
    pass a page device definition to output
    --statusdict=K[:[:]V]
    pass a statusdict definition to the output
    -k, --page-prefeed
    enable page prefeed
    -K, --no-page-prefeed
    disable page prefeed

    By default a2ps is tuned to do what you want to, so trust it. To pretty print the content of the `src' directory and a table of content, and send the result to the printer `lw',

    $ a2ps -P lw --toc src/*

    To process the files `sample.ps' and `sample.html' and display the result,

    $ a2ps -P display sample.ps sample.html

    To process a mailbox in 4 up,

    $ a2ps -=mail -4 mailbox

    To print as a booklet on the default printer, which is Duplex capable,

    $ a2ps -=book paper.dvi.gz -d

    News, updates and documentation: visit http://www.gnu.org/software/a2ps/.  

    AUTHOR

    Written by Akim Demaille, Miguel Santana.  

    REPORTING BUGS

    Report bugs to <bug-a2ps@gnu.org>.  

    COPYRIGHT

    Copyright © 1988-1993 Miguel Santana
    Copyright © 1995-2000 Akim Demaille, Miguel Santana
    This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  

    SEE ALSO

    a2ps(1), card(1), fixps(1), pdiff(1), psset(1), texi2dvi4a2ps(1).

    The full documentation for a2ps is maintained as a Texinfo manual. If the info and a2ps programs are properly installed at your site, the command

    info a2ps

    should give you access to the complete manual.


     

    Index

    NAME
    SYNOPSIS
    DESCRIPTION
    Tasks:
    Global:
    Sheets:
    Virtual pages:
    Headings:
    Input:
    Pretty-printing:
    Output:
    PostScript:
    AUTHOR
    REPORTING BUGS
    COPYRIGHT
    SEE ALSO


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