f

#### Where art dvipdf?

In trying out the new movie15.sty package, I found that
the dvipdf driver works properly while dvipdfm does not.

I then found that my MiKTeX distribution did not include
the dvipdf driver (I used dvipdf on my Sun/Solaris box).
Additionally, I could not find it on CTAN. Is this driver
being discontinued? Any idea on where I can get one for
Windows?
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Randy Yates
Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications
Research Triangle Park, NC, USA
randy.yates@sonyericsson.com, 919-472-1124

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On 16 Sep 2004 09:36:12 -0400, Randy Yates
<randy.yates@sonyericsson.com> wrote:

>In trying out the new movie15.sty package, I found that
>the dvipdf driver works properly while dvipdfm does not.
>
>I then found that my MiKTeX distribution did not include
>the dvipdf driver (I used dvipdf on my Sun/Solaris box).
>Additionally, I could not find it on CTAN. Is this driver
>being discontinued? Any idea on where I can get one for
>Windows?

Dvipdf is (AFAIK) not "well defined", but is rather (where it exists at
all) a script that runs dvips (to produce .ps) and then ghostscript to
produce pdf. Assuming one has ghostscript properly installed, it is
roughly the equivalent of runing dvips on a .dvi file followed by
running the batch file ps2pdf (from GS) on the resulting .ps file.

Dan

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9/16/2004 3:43:25 PM
Dan Luecking <Look-In-Sig@uark.edu> writes:

> On 16 Sep 2004 09:36:12 -0400, Randy Yates
> <randy.yates@sonyericsson.com> wrote:
>
> >In trying out the new movie15.sty package, I found that
> >the dvipdf driver works properly while dvipdfm does not.
> >
> >I then found that my MiKTeX distribution did not include
> >the dvipdf driver (I used dvipdf on my Sun/Solaris box).
> >Additionally, I could not find it on CTAN. Is this driver
> >being discontinued? Any idea on where I can get one for
> >Windows?
>
> Dvipdf is (AFAIK) not "well defined", but is rather (where it exists at
> all) a script that runs dvips (to produce .ps) and then ghostscript to
> produce pdf. Assuming one has ghostscript properly installed, it is
> roughly the equivalent of runing dvips on a .dvi file followed by
> running the batch file ps2pdf (from GS) on the resulting .ps file.

Either I'd forgotten that or never knew it. Thanks Dan.

Is it correct to infer, then, that dvips is the standard driver for
performing back-end \special stuff (like this movie15 stuff)?

Or is there some standard \special API that allows general objects to
be embedded in the dvi stream? That is, not just postscript or pdf
related items (such as this multimedia object stuff), but anything in
general? If so, where is this defined? I'd be curious to have a look
at it.
--
Randy Yates
Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications
Research Triangle Park, NC, USA
randy.yates@sonyericsson.com, 919-472-1124

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randy.yates (608)
9/16/2004 3:51:24 PM
On 16 Sep 2004 11:51:24 -0400, Randy Yates
<randy.yates@sonyericsson.com> wrote:

>Dan Luecking <Look-In-Sig@uark.edu> writes:
>
>> On 16 Sep 2004 09:36:12 -0400, Randy Yates
>> <randy.yates@sonyericsson.com> wrote:
>>
>> >In trying out the new movie15.sty package, I found that
>> >the dvipdf driver works properly while dvipdfm does not.
>> >
>> >I then found that my MiKTeX distribution did not include
>> >the dvipdf driver (I used dvipdf on my Sun/Solaris box).
>> >Additionally, I could not find it on CTAN. Is this driver
>> >being discontinued? Any idea on where I can get one for
>> >Windows?
>>
>> Dvipdf is (AFAIK) not "well defined", but is rather (where it exists at
>> all) a script that runs dvips (to produce .ps) and then ghostscript to
>> produce pdf. Assuming one has ghostscript properly installed, it is
>> roughly the equivalent of runing dvips on a .dvi file followed by
>> running the batch file ps2pdf (from GS) on the resulting .ps file.
>
>Either I'd forgotten that or never knew it. Thanks Dan.
>

I should point out that I said AFAIK (as far as I know). I deduced this
from three observations (and so I could be wrong). One is that MiKTeX
and fpTeX don't contain dvipdf as a program, another is that some
editor/shells have a dvipdf buttom that works absent and dvipdf program,
an a third is that the only man page I've ever seen for dvipdf says:

DVIPDF(1)                         Ghostscript
NAME
dvipdf - Convert TeX DVI file to PDF using ghostscript and dvips

SYNOPSIS
dvipdf [ options ] input.dvi [ output.pdf ] ...

DESCRIPTION
This  script  invokes dvips(1) with the -q option, and pipes its
output into gs(1) with the following options:
-q -dNOPAUSE -dBATCH -sDEVICE=pdfwrite
as well as -sOutputFile and any options from the command-line.

gs(1), dvips(1)

Still, in the mid-90's there was talk of an actual dvi driver program
by that name and some articles that compare it to dvips+distiller
(articles old enough that using GS wasn't an option). So it is
conceivable an actual program exists on some system.

Dan

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9/16/2004 6:29:50 PM
Dan Luecking wrote:
> On 16 Sep 2004 11:51:24 -0400, Randy Yates
> <randy.yates@sonyericsson.com> wrote:
> >Dan Luecking <Look-In-Sig@uark.edu> writes:
> >> Dvipdf is (AFAIK) not "well defined", but is rather (where it exists at
> >> all) a script that runs dvips (to produce .ps) and then ghostscript to
> >> produce pdf. Assuming one has ghostscript properly installed, it is
> >> roughly the equivalent of runing dvips on a .dvi file followed by
> >> running the batch file ps2pdf (from GS) on the resulting .ps file.
> >
> >Either I'd forgotten that or never knew it. Thanks Dan.
>
> I should point out that I said AFAIK (as far as I know). I deduced this
> from three observations (and so I could be wrong).
[...]

For whatever it's worth, dvipdf in my Cygwin teTeX installation is
simply the following script (which I've put as a quotation so that my
newsreader won't line-wrap it.  I imagine that a simple cut-and-paste of
it (with the quote-marks taken out) would work fine on any system with
sh, dvips, and gs installed.

- Brooks

> #!/bin/sh
> # $Id: dvipdf,v 1.2 2001/06/22 16:09:22 lpd Exp$
> # Convert DVI to PDF.
> #
> #
> # Based on ps2pdf
>
> OPTIONS=""
> while true
> do
>         case "$1" in > -*) OPTIONS="$OPTIONS $1" ;; > *) break ;; > esac > shift > done > > if [$# -lt 1 -o $# -gt 2 ]; then > echo "Usage: basename$0 [options...] input.dvi [output.pdf]" 1>&2
>         exit 1
> fi
>
> infile=$1; > > if [$# -eq 1 ]
> then
>         case "${infile}" in > *.dvi) base=basename "${infile}" .dvi ;;
>           *)            base=basename "${infile}" ;; > esac > outfile="${base}".pdf
> else
>         outfile=$2 > fi > > # We have to include the options twice because -I only takes effect if it > # appears before other options. > exec dvips -q -f "$infile" | gs $OPTIONS -q -dNOPAUSE -dBATCH -sDEVICE=pdfwrite -sOutputFile="$outfile" $OPTIONS -c .setpdfwrite - -- The "bmoses-nospam" address is valid; no unmunging needed.   0 bmoses-nospam (1266) 9/16/2004 7:29:21 PM  Dan Luecking <Look-In-Sig@uark.edu> writes: >On 16 Sep 2004 11:51:24 -0400, Randy Yates >[...] >>Dan Luecking <Look-In-Sig@uark.edu> writes: >>> Dvipdf is (AFAIK) not "well defined", but is rather (where it exists at >>> all) a script that runs dvips (to produce .ps) and then ghostscript to >>> produce pdf. > >I should point out that I said AFAIK (as far as I know). I deduced this >from three observations (and so I could be wrong). 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I have a simple document here (actually a Resume) for which I need to get a TEXT equivalent of the output (rather than the normal dvi -> Postscript). It is of type article and doesnt do anything exciting, just uses things like center and the list environment. Im sure that this is possible, its just been SO long since I had to do anything like this. Please, someone, how do I do this. -- Reg.Clemens reg@dwf.com Reg Clemens wrote: > I have a simple document here (actually a Resume) for which I need to > get a TEXT equivalent of the output (rather than the normal dvi -> Postscript). > > It is of type article and doesnt do anything exciting, just uses things like > center and the list environment. > > Im sure that this is possible, its just been SO long since I had to > do anything like this. > > Please, someone, how do I do this. > convert to ps/pdf and extract the text using gsview/acrobat. note, you'll probably need to do some manual corrections. On Fri, 8 Oct 2004, Reg Clemens wrote: > I have a simple document here (actually a Resume) for which I need to > get a TEXT equivalent of the output (rather than the normal dvi -> > Postscript). > > It is of type article and doesnt do anything exciting, just uses things > like center and the list environment. > > Im sure that this is possible, its just b...

Convert TeX to normal text (stripping macros)
Hi all, Does anyone know a good way to strip a TeX file from its macros in order to run grammar checking from LangauageTool on it? Please also see this bug report for Language Tool: https://sourceforge.net/tracker/index.php?func=detail&aid=2880449&group_id=110216&atid=655717 A Java implementation would be preferred since Language Tool is in Java so it runs platform independently. Thanks, Pander On Mon, 26 Sep 2011 03:39:01 -0700 (PDT), Pander wrote: > Does anyone know a good way to strip a TeX file from its macros I suggest you use one of the tools that convert from dvi/postscript/pdf to text: dvi2tty pstotext pdftotext That is, analyze the output, not the input to (La)TeX. Bob T. ...

using TeX characters in a GUI text box
I am trying to use a TeX character such as the Greek letter mu in a GUI textbox, but I cannot get this to work. If I try to set the 'string' property for the GUI object using '\mu' this just displays '\mu'. Is there a way I can use the 'text' command as you would for a figure to put Greek letters into GUI objects? "Sean Larkin" <slarkin71278@sbcglobal.net> wrote in message <gk37he$t7$1@fred.mathworks.com>... > Is there a way I can put Greek letters into GUI objects? I don't know for sure, but you might be able to do this using ...

Reading Text File, Text Scrolling and erase line from a text file
Hi , How can I Reading Text File, then Text Scrolling by means of keys "page UP" "page Down" and erase a specific line from a text file , when press "F2" key? Best Regards, Lidia from Poland -- ========================================= Pozdrawiam Lidiaa Lidiaa schrieb: > Hi , > > How can I Reading Text File, then Text Scrolling by means of > keys "page UP" "page Down" and erase a specific line from a text > file , when press "F2" key? > > ...

State of Art Text Categorization methods
Hi, I'm doing some research on state of arts methods used in Text Categorization, and I could easily get access to comparative results of classification but *not* to the computational costs involved.. (or at least, not for all methods). I have googled for some days, but I am still not sure of the computational costs (training / classification) of: -Linear SVM -RBFNN -Bayes Net -Naive Bayes If someone could give me some informations (also simply pointing to some significative urls) it would be much appreciated, cause in the articles that I read I did not find all that I wanted. Thanks a lot -- bye Alessio ...

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