PSTools is a set of command-line tools designed to pipe postscript files before sending them to a printer or another postscript device. Five tools are included in this package:
The Following describes the command line syntax for each of the five tools:
SYNOPSIS: txt2ps [-l] [-o <filename1>] [<filename2>} -l specifies landscape mode (default is portrait) -o specifies an outout file (default is stdout) If <filename2> is omitted, reads from stdin. WISH LIST -d enable page decoration such as page numbering and header containing file name.
SYNOPSIS dps [-b] [<filename>] -b makes dps insert a blank page first. If <filename> is omitted, eads from stdin. The result is written to stdout. WISH LIST -o <filename> option
SYNOPSIS preps [-l] [-p] [-o <filename1>] [-c <n>] [<filename2>] -l rotate picture and print in landscape mode -p use portrait format (default) -o write output to <filename1> (default is stdout) -c print <n> copies If <filename2> is omitted, reads from stdin.
SYNOPSIS psdebug [<filename>] If <filename> is omitted, reads from stdin WISH LIST -o <filename> option
SYNOPSIS pslevel WISH LIST -o option